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Mary's relatives all thought she cared more for Douglas than she did for Lincoln ,
and she probably did . Douglas was far more of a ladies ' man ; he had more
personal charm , better prospects , better manners , and better social standing .
The letter was addressed to Mary Todd , and in it he made a plain statement of
his feelings , telling her that he had thought the matter over calmly and with great
deliberation , and now felt that he did not love her sufficiently to warrant her in ...
He admits he was " continually repenting the rashness " which had led him to
make it , and dreaded the thought of marrying her as “ an Irishman does the
halter . " So he wrote to Miss Owens , frankly and tactfully telling her how he felt
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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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