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. In the afternoon Shields and Whiteside arrived, and very soon the former sent to Mr. Lincoln, by the latter, the following note or letter:-- Tremont, September 17, 1842. A. Lincoln, Esq.:--I regret that my absence on public business compelled me to postpone a matter of private consideration a little longer than I could erv't, Jas. Shields. About sunset, General Whiteside called again, and secured from Mr. Lincoln the following answer to Mr. Shield's note:-- Tremont, September 17, 1842. Jas. Shields, Esq.:-- Your note of to-day was handed me by General Whiteside. In that note you say you have been informed, through the medium of the e On Monday morning he called and presented Mr. Lincoln the same note as Mr. Butler says he had brought on Saturday evening. It was as follows:-- Tremont, September 17, 1842. A. Lincoln, Esq.:-- In your reply to my note of this date, you intimate that I assume facts and menace consequences, and that you cannot submit to answ