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tated and disgusted because Tad climbed all over his father and finally perched
on his shoulder and sat astride of his neck while Chase was discussing the grave
financial situation that confronted the country . Some one gave Willie a pony .
He signed it and gave it to an actor , instructing him to have it published the next
day . Then he went to a livery - stable , hired a small bay mare that he boasted
could run “ like a cat , ” and rounded up his assistants and put them on horses ...
The pain in Booth's leg was so excruciating now that he couldn't sit astride his
horse ; so he gave Swann seven dollars to haul him the rest of the night in his
wagon , and as dawn was breaking on Easter Sunday the driver halted his white
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One of the most fascinating biographies of Abraham Lincoln. Dale tells Lincoln's story in a very lively manner; it seems that everything's happening before your eyes. The book has powerful tones of emotion, passion, vision, ambition, compassion, and wisdom running all through. It is one of the best.
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