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tour to Washington. On Sunday last he was at Buffalo, N. Y., where he attended church, and dined with Ex-President Fillmore. Of the events of Saturday, a dispatch from Buffalo says: The train stopped at Willoughby, Painesville, Geneva, Ashtabula, Conneaut, Erie, Westfield, Dunkirk and Silver Creek, at all of which places large crowds were assembled, and Mr. Lincoln was received with great and constantly increasing enthusiasm. The largest and most demonstrative crowd was assembled at AAshtabula, the home of old Giddings. At Geneva, Ohio, he was addressed briefly by one of the crowd, who exhorted him to stand by the Constitution and the cause of liberty. At Girard station several baskets of splendid fruit and flowers were presented to the Presidential family. No little sensation was produced at this point by the unexpected apparition on the train of Horace Greeley, equipped with a valice and his well known red and blue blankets. He was at once conducted into the car o