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Reception of Mr. Lincoln's Inaugural. The following telegrams give an idea of the reception of Mr. Lincoln's Inaugural as far as heard from: Goldsborough, N. C., March 5.--The Inaugural isMr. Lincoln's Inaugural as far as heard from: Goldsborough, N. C., March 5.--The Inaugural is received in this place, and throughout this section, with perfect indignation. Raleigh, N. C., March 5.--The Inaugurals favorably received by the Unionists. They think it does very well for LiLincoln, though they do not approve of all of it. The disunionists are dissatisfied with it. Nashville, Tenn., March 5.--The opinions in relation to the Inaugural, at Nashville, are unfavorable.
ington, and the people are awaiting the document in full.
Knoxville, Tenn., March 5.--President Lincoln's Inaugural is universally condemned, and, if correctly reported, will induce Tennessee to consider it certain to cause the secession of the Border States.
New Orleans, March 5.--Mr. Lincoln's Inaugural was received here yesterday, in three hours, from Washington.
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