Notes

Notes
1
P. Orman Ray, The Convention That Nominated Lincoln, University of Chicago Press, 1916, p. 6.
2
W. J. Davis, History of Political Con- ventions of California 1849-1892, Sacramento, 1893, p. 109.
Murat Halstead, Political Caucuses of 1860, Columbus, 1860, p. 122.
3
Addison G. Proctor, Lincoln and the Convention of 1860 (Chicago Historical Society, 1918), p. 5.
4
William E. Baringer, Lincoln's Rise to Power (Boston, 1937), pp. 322-23.
Ibid., p. 242.
John G. Nicolay in A Short Life of Abraham Lincoln, Condensed from Nicolay and Hay's Abraham Lincoln: A History (New York, 1911), pp. 149 ff.
5
Sacramento Union, June 9, 1860.
6
San Francisco Bulletin, March 24, 1862
Alta California, March 24, 1862
ibid., Oct. 6, 1877.
Oscar T. Schuck, History of the Bench and Bar in California (Los Angeles, 1901), pp. 400- 401
Harr Wagner, Notable Speeches by Notable Speakers of the Greater West (San Francisco, 1902), pp. 29-35.
Tracy's Oration Delivered before Society of California Pioneers at Celebration of 8th Anniversary of Admission of Cali- fornia into the Union (San Francisco: Alta Job Office, 1858).
Sacra- mento Union, Apr. 27, 1859
ibid., May 31, 1859
ibid., Aug. 17, 1859
ibid., July 13, 1859.
7
San Francisco Daily American Flag, May 2, 1867.
8
Frémont, Mr. Tracy protested with, "I wish to say, as there has been one vote cast for Mr. Frémont, that he is not a candidate before this Convention." Proceedings of the First Three Republican National Conventions, 1856, 1860, 1864 . . . as Reported by Horace Greeley (Minneapolis, 1893), pp. 106, 150.
9
Harry J. Carman and Reinhard H. Luthin, Lincoln and the Patronage (Columbia Univ. Press, 1943), p. 7.
11
Davis, op. cit., p. 127.
Edward Stanwood, A History of the Presidency (Boston, 1916), I, 297.
F. Lauriston Bullard, Lincoln Herald, Dec. 1946, pp. 6-7.
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