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In return for exclusive access, Nicolay and Hay gave Robert the right to edit their copy, which he did.
Returning to the United States after a few years, Nicolay is appointed marshal of the Supreme Court.
To the hordes who wanted time with Lincoln, the gruff and efficient Nicolay was the “grim enforcer.”
Occupying the position of what would now be Chief of Staff, Nicolay and his assistant were a complementary team.
Nicolay and Hay take up diplomatic positions in Paris, with Hay moving on to posts in Vienna and Madrid.
Nevertheless, they made Early "pay dearly for every foot gained and finally brought him to a stand," as Nicolay and Hay record.The County Regiment|Dudley Landon Vaill
The hands were all ordered below as they neared the forts, Maitre Nicolay himself taking the helm.The Cornet of Horse|G. A. Henty
Here he spent the time during the usual business hours of the day, attended only by his private secretary, Mr. Nicolay.A Short Life of Abraham Lincoln|John G. Nicolay
The article in the "Britannica" was written by his private secretary, Colonel Nicolay.Abraham Lincoln: Was He A Christian?|John B. Remsburg
Mr. Nicolay, the secretary, had gone home, and the throng of visitors had ceased for the day.Abraham Lincoln, Volume 2 (of 2)|William H. Herndon