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difficulty that they could protect them from being crushed by the crowd. While passing from the train to the carriages, in the j. m, Major Hunter, of the United States Army, one of Mr. Lincoln's suite, had his shoulder dislocated. The passage of the procession up Exchange and Main street to the American Hotel, was a perfect ovation. Most of the buildings on those streets were gaily draped with flags. Arriving at the American Hotel, Mr. Lincoln was welcomed in a brief speech by acting Mayor Bemis, to which he responded as follows: Mr. Mayor and fellow-citizens of Buffalo and the State of New York: I am here to thank you briefly for this grand reception given to me, not personally, but as the representative of our great and beloved country. (Cheers.)--Your worthy Mayor has been pleased to mention in his address to me the fortunate and agreeable journey which I have had from home, only it is rather a circuitous route to the Federal Capital. I am very happy that he was ena