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Tour of Mr. Lincoln. arrival and reception at New York — speech of welcome by the Mayor--Mr. Lincoln's reply — Incidents, &c. A large crowd gathered in the Park, at New York, on Wedn
poke with an air of great deliberation.
Mr. Lincoln responded to the Mayor's address as follows ncoln from New York.
New York,Feb. 21--Mr. Lincoln and party left here this morning at 8 o'clo o carriages in waiting; the one allotted to Mr. Lincoln was drawn by four white horses, being consp epting by those in the immediate vicinity.
Mr. Lincoln displays great earnestness in his delivery, dministration.
As the train moved off, Mr. Lincoln bowed his acknowledgments to the crowd from do look like me, that's certain," responded Mr. Lincoln; "the fact is settled that you are a handso uess, will take me down," said the Mayor to Mr. Lincoln, as a very tall man advanced.
"Strange ingfield no provision had been made.
After Mrs. Lincoln had taken her seat in the cars, at Buffalo, [25 more...]<