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Excerpt from Abraham Lincoln's Contemporaries: Edwin Booth; Excerpts From Newspapers and Other Sources
As a necessary accompaniment to these few reminiscences of my father, I will quote some extracts from letters written by my mother (mary Devlin) prior to their marriage. They prove an essential chapter in the life of a man then stepping into fame and greatness, and make more clearly manifest the spiritual union of two sympathetic souls so soon to be parted by death.
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