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nciliatory means — aided by the wisdom of Almighty God. The Mayor, in delivering the above address, spoke with an air of great deliberation. Mr. Lincoln responded to the Mayor's address as follows: Mr. Lincoln's speech. Mr. Mayor--It is with feelings of deep gratitude that I make my acknowledgments for the reception extended to me by the commercial city of New York. I cannot but remember that this is done by a people, a majority of whom do not agree with me in poliom and discretion which will be the means of transmitting the Confederated States as a unit to your successors and through them to the latest generation. Mr. Lincoln in a low tone, but with emphasis, replied substantially as follows: Mr. Mayor:--I thank you for the reception to your city, and would say in response, my heart is sincerely devoted to the work you desire I should do. With my own ability I cannot succeed, without the sustenance of Divine Providence, and of this great, fre