The Hancock-Henderson Quill, Inc.
"It seems to me that Douglas got the best of it at the election last fall.
I am left to face an empty treasury and a great rebellion while my own party endorses his popular sovereignty idea and applies it in legislation. . . I only wish I could have got there to lock the door before the horse was stolen.
But when I get to the spot, I can find the tracks."
As he left for Washington, D.C. Feb. 11, 1861