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own safety must of necessity depend upon the strict preservation of peace and order among themselves. And they are to understand that nothing will deter him from enforcing promptly and to the full extent every provision of this order. By command of Major-General Pope. Geo. D. Ruggles, Colonel, Assistant Adjutant General, and Chief of Staff. The Interview between the Border State representatives and Lincoln — old Abe Appeals under a pressure — the result. On Saturday, the 12th instant, the representatives of the "Border" States assembled, by invitation, at the Presidential mansion in Washington, and were addressed by Lincoln "from a paper which he held in his hand." He commenced by sadly reproaching them for not voting for the gradual emancipation resolution sent to Congress in March. He then urged emancipation on them, and said: If the war continues long, as it must if the object be not sooner attained, the institution in your States will be extinguished by mer