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ngton. From Washington dispatches we give below an account of Mr. Lincoln's doings in Washington, Monday! The Hon. Lewis Cass, ex-Secretary of State, called, in company with Mr. Seward, this morning, and paid his respects to the President-end expressed himself as fully appreciating his position. After an interchange of opinion for more than a half hour, Mr. Cass retired, in company with his son-in-law. Mr. Ledyard, leaving Mr. Lincoln and Mr. Seward closeted together. In a few minutes after General Cass had left a servant appeared with a card endorsed "H. Greeley." Mr. Greeley was waiting in the passage, and the servant returned in a few minutes with the reply that "Mr. Lincoln is engaged." Mr. Greeley questioned him, and onator Doolittle, Commodore Spalding, and other gentlemen of note. A throng of ladies, among whom was the family of Gen. Cass, paid their respects to Mrs. Lincoln, who held quite a levee up to 2 P. M. At 2 o'clock Mr. Lincoln, accompanied b