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16 Lincoln's three masterpieces reflect what he said about the eloquence of Henry Clay—that it consisted "of deeply earnest and impassioned tone, and manner, which can proceed only from great sincerity and a thorough conviction in the speaker of the justice and importance of his cause. This it is, that truly touches the chords of human sympathy. . All his efforts were made for practical effect. "17 The First Inaugural Address was one of Lincoln's longest after 1860, consisting of about 3,700 words, but the Gettysburg Address, which took less than two minutes to deliver, was only 270 words long, and the Second Inaugural Address comprised 700 words and was probably read in six to seven minutes.

Clarence Edward Macartney, Lincoln and His Cabinet (New York, 19B1), 11. 41 ABRAHAM LINCOLN, PUBLIC SPEAKER public speeches in the usual sense of the term, and they do not include annual messages to Congress (forwarded to be read by someone else) or other state papers that have a rhetorical flavor. Many of the ninetyfive items were impromptu, a minute or two in length, delivered at serenades, at public ceremonies, or to military units passing through Washington. Some were responses (perhaps suggested by the secretary of state and often made in his presence) to diplomats or to small groups bringing petitions or gifts.

42. ), Lincoln Day by Day, II, 273-75. 34 LINCOLN'S "LITTLE ENGINE" Following his arrival in New York, he was accepted as a celebrity, with supporters vying for his attention and prominent leaders entertaining him. No longer in the shadow of Douglas, Abraham Lincoln had become an important force in his party, with a greater part yet to come. The stump speaker who had perfected his rhetorical skills at crossroads and in rural villages of the West had demonstrated that even before sophisticated eastern listeners he could make a powerful speech.

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