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Fogg carried this request to Mr. Bennett and told Lincoln Bennett was and of course very far from wishing to misrepresent you….would print any correction desired—-but only if it appeared over either Lincoln’s signature or Fogg’s.
Bennett was adamant: “To issue it editorially or by his correspondent would be to acknowledge the Herald or its correspondent in error.”
Fogg advised Lincoln to let the matter die, say he did not believe the correction he offers would pay.
Lincoln wrote Fogg: “You have done precisely the right thing in the matter with the Herald. Do nothing about it. Although it wrongs me, and annoys me some, I prefer letting it run its course, to getting it in the papers over my own name.”
Lincoln also rejected Mr. Haycroft’s making a statement to The Herald, saying the only purpose in writing him was to assure Haycroft “I had not charged you with an attempt to inveigle me into Kentucky to do me violence.’
The sequence is intriguing in what it says about Lincoln’s judgment and how to diffuse a situation that could drag on in a media frenzy, something the present media does all tooooooooo frequently. I see it every day on the front pages and the news networks.
The press was making interpretations of what politicians meant by statements even then.