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Lincoln, Abraham, and Edward Everett 
AN ORATION DELIVERED ON THE BATTLEFIELD OF GETTYSBURG, (NOVEMBER 19, 1863) AT THE CONSECRATION OF THE CEMETERY PREPARED FOR THE INTERNMENT OF THE REMAINS OF THOSE WHO FELL IN BATTLES OF JULY 1ST, 2D, AND 3D, 1863. NEW YORK: BAKER & GODWIN, 1863
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Lincoln, Abraham, and Edward Everett 
AN ORATION DELIVERED ON THE BATTLEFIELD OF GETTYSBURG, (NOVEMBER 19, 1863) AT THE CONSECRATION OF THE CEMETERY PREPARED FOR THE INTERNMENT OF THE REMAINS OF THOSE WHO FELL IN BATTLES OF JULY 1ST, 2D, AND 3D, 1863. NEW YORK: BAKER & GODWIN, 1863
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Lincoln, Abraham, and Edward Everett 
AN ORATION DELIVERED ON THE BATTLEFIELD OF GETTYSBURG, (NOVEMBER 19, 1863) AT THE CONSECRATION OF THE CEMETERY PREPARED FOR THE INTERNMENT OF THE REMAINS OF THOSE WHO FELL IN BATTLES OF JULY 1ST, 2D, AND 3D, 1863. NEW YORK: BAKER & GODWIN, 1863
8vo (9 x 5 5/8 in.; 228 x 144 mm), 48pp, publisher's lettered wrappers, publisher's advertisement on rear wrapper. 

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Grolier, American 100 72 (note); Howes E232, "b"; Monaghan 193; cf. Printing and the Mind of Man 351; Streeter Sale 1747; Sabin 23263; Wills, Lincoln at Gettysburg pp.191-204

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FIRST EDITION of Lincoln's "Gettysburg Address" in book form, preceded only by newspaper reports and a 16-page pamphlet printed from type set for the Washington Chronicle (November 18-21) known in just three copies. Here, Lincoln's address appears on p. 40, as one of the "Interesting Reports of the Dedicatory Ceremonies" provided by the New York Herald Tribune correspondent, following the 29-page oration of Everett. "Everett's speech, every word of which is now forgotten, lasted two hours. Lincoln's address … is immortal, one of the supremest utterances of the principles of democratic freedom" (PMM).

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