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ficers and members of his staff." Reception of Thompson, the British Abolitionist, in Washington. George Thompson, of England, delivered a lecture in the hall of the Yankee House of Representatives to a dense audience, including Lincoln, Chase, and many members of both branches of Congress, and not a few women. A band of music was in attendance. Vice President Hamlin introduced the lecturer, who at the commencement of his remarks emphatically denied and challenged proof that he hal party in the country who were advocating the claims of General Fremont for the Presidency, but his was only a blind to cover the aspirations of another candidate whose name would be brought before the Convention at a late period Referring to Gov. Chase, be urged upon his hearers the necessity of a vigorous campaign to ensure the re-election of Mr. Lincoln, whom he desired to occupy the Presidential chair for another term. Mr. Swann then gave his views upon the emancipation question, and expr
The great Fair in New York. --The New York Times, noticing the articles on exhibition at the great Sanitary Fair there, says: A "spread eagle" is among the novelties of the Methodist Church table. It was presented by Mrs. Wright, of Indiana, and is made of the hair of President Lincoln, the members of his Cabinet, and of some seventy members of Congress. The back bone is of the Presidential locks, and the beak of Secretary Chase's — typical in their positions, perhaps, of strong backs and green backs.