In a long speech at Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois, on Wednesday afternoon, President Obama presented a few new proposals.
His speech at Charleston supplements the speech at Chicago; at Galesburg, he made an admirable re-statement of his position.
Comrades—The object of my visit to Galesburg was this meeting which we are to have now.
In Galesburg many buildings were moved from their foundations.
They telegraphed to Dubuque, but he had doubled down toward Galesburg.
He is still living on a farm near Galesburg, Illinois, and is in the eighty-second year of his age.
It seems when he had went to Galesburg this here child had only been born a few days.
About Galesburg "the Swedes have got hold of the land and they will not sell."
An excellent illustration may be seen in his rejoinder to Douglas at Galesburg in September of 1858.
George Clark, an engineer, was arrested at Galesburg July 17, charged with the same offense.