"Abe" Lincoln's anecdotes and stories - A collection of the best stories told by Lincoln which made him famous as America's best story teller
Publisher: Mauro Liistro Editore
This wonderful collection is full of the witty anecdotes and stories told by and about Abraham Lincoln. Here's an example: SORRY FOR THE HORSES When President Lincoln heard of the Confederate raid at Fairfax, in which a brigadier-general and a number of valuable horses were captured, he gravely observed: "Well, I am sorry for the horses." "Sorry for the horses, Mr. President!" exclaimed the Secretary of War, raising his spectacles and throwing himself back in his chair in astonishment. "Yes," replied Mr. Lincoln, "I can make a brigadier-general in five minutes, but it is not easy to replace a hundred and ten horses."