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Nicolay

[nik-uh-ley]
noun
  1. John George,1832–1901, U.S. biographer.
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  • Mr. Nicolay could have been about twenty-five, and Mr. Hay nineteen or twenty.

  • One day Mr. Nicolay brought the President a letter from Mr. Chase.

    Abraham Lincoln

    William Eleroy Curtis

  • After a moment's reflection, Mr. Nicolay thought he knew the accused party.

    Abraham Lincoln

    William Eleroy Curtis

  • Obviously the only way out is to make a pool and look up Nicolay and Hay.

    Post-Impressions

    Simeon Strunsky

  • "Nicolay wants me to take some people to see Stanton," he said.

    Tom Strong, Lincoln's Scout

    Alfred Bishop Mason