Fourth debate charleston illinois september 18 1858 mr lincolns speech mr lincoln took the stand at a quarter before three and was greeted with vociferous and protracted applause after which he said now i would ask very special attention to the consideration of judge douglass speech at jacksonville and when you shall read . Speeches of douglas and lincoln delivered at charleston ill sept 18th 1858 item preview. Speeches of douglas iii lincoln delivered at charleston ill sept 18th 1858 lincolns speech ladies and gentlemen it will be very difficult for an audience of the size of this to hear whatjis said and consequently it is very important that as profound silence be observed as is possible. Home pre civil war the lincoln douglas debates charleston coles county september 18 1858 stephen a douglas saturday september 18 1858 was the biggest day in the history of charleston that quiet little county seat amid the cornfields of eastern illinois. In the same way pro lincoln papers edited lincolns speeches but left the douglas texts as reported before the debate at charleston democrats held up a banner that read negro equality with a picture of a white man a negro woman and a mulatto child
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