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ssful warriors of the age in which he lives. Lincoln's religious Experience — Joe Miller has often wished that he was more devout. The members of the Baltimore (O. S.) Presbyterian Synod, now in session at Washington, called on Abraham (Hanks) Lincoln one morning last week. When he appeared Rev. Septimus Tustin, D. D., the Moderator, addressed him to the effect that the Synod had come to pay their respects and salutations; that "each member belonged to the Kingdom of God," and, what was of more importance to Hanks, that "each was loyal to the Government." We copy the following account of this touching interview from a Washington letter: The President in reply spoke as follows: "I can only say in this case, as in so many others, that I am profoundly grateful for the respect given in every variety of form in which it can be given from the religious bodies of the country. I saw, upon taking my position here, that I was going to have an Administration, if an Admini