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Patriots, all of them! --The Washington Star learns from a gentleman recently from Springfield, that Mr. Lincoln has already received thirty-seven applications for the Richmond (Va.) post-office, by letter.
Speech from Mr. Lincoln. Springfield, Ill, Nov. 21.--A Republican jubilee took place here last night. Mr. Lincoln was persuaded, and made a speech. He thanked his friends for the honor conferred on him, and rejoiced with them in the success of their cause. He said, "In our rejoicing, let us neither express nor cherish harsh feelings towards those differing with us. Let us at all times remember that all Americans are brothers of a common country, and should dwell together in bonds of fraternal feeling."He excused himself from further speaking, after repeating his thanks. Senator Trumbull, of Illinois, followed him, and said that, though Mr. Lincoln was elected by the Republican party, yet as Chief Magistrate of the Republic, he will neither belong to that nor any other party. When inaugurated, he will be as ready to defend and protect the State in which he did not receive a solitary vote as that which gave him the largest majority.
Boston Matters. Boston, Nov. 20.--The two wings of the Democracy in Convention last night nominated. Jos M. Wightman for Mayor. A. H. Allen's furniture warehouse in Dock Square, was damaged by fire and water last night to the amount of $10,000. Insured in Springfield and Hartford.