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esday, 22d ultimo. Lincoln's letter of Acceptance. The following is Lincolns reply to the letter informing him of his nomination by the Baltimore Convention: Executive Mansion, Washington, June 27th, 1864 Hon. Wm. Dennison and others, a Committee of the National Union Convention; Gentlemen: Your letter of the 14th instant, formally notifying me that I have been nominated by the convention you represent, for the Presidency of the United States, for four years from the 4th of March next, has been received. The nomination is gratefully accepted, as the resolutions of the Convention, called the platform, are beatify approved. While the resolution in regard to the supplanting of Republican government upon the Western continent is fully concurred in, there might be misunderstanding were I not to say that the position of the Government in relation to the action of France in Mexico, as assumed through the State Department, and endorsed by the Convention among the me