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o the latest returns, has given Lincoln 20,000 majority; Chicago city gave him 1,745 majority. The Republicans claim to have carried Iowa by 25,000 majority. Massachusetts, in one hundred and seventy-six towns, gives Lincoln 60,000 majority, and this will be increased, it is claimed, by 20,000 more. All the Republican members ofonded, "Do let John Brown's bones rest for a few minutes." [Cheers and laughter.] At half-past 10 P. M. the Chairman said: I find I have done injustice to Massachusetts. I announced the majority at sixty thousand. The telegraph informs me that it will exceed seventy- five thousand. [Three cheers were called and given for MaMassachusetts.] It was then announced, amid great cheering, that Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont had all gone for Lincoln--Vermont giving a majority of thirty thousand. The band were called upon to play "Yankee Doodle," but hundreds in the audience anticipated the band by taking the matter into their own hands and whistlin