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Lincoln in Washington. The movements of the President elect continue to be noted by the Washi
up the stairways, at Willards', leading to Mr. Lincoln's apartments, indicating that he and Mrs. L fficulties of the path, the parlor in which Mrs. Lincoln was holding her reception was attained.
He do," for the White House.
The path to Mr. Lincoln was rather more rugged; for, after his room room at Willards', it being noticed that Mr. Robert Lincoln was enjoying a cigar there, in company w al air of Secession, for the benefit of young Lincoln.
The musicians, however, on ascertaining the ia," with all the extras.
This morning Mr. Lincoln was occupied with engagements with his frie till 12 M.
Among those who called upon Mr. Lincoln to-day, were Gov. Seward, Senator Sumner, t
Gov. Hicks, of Maryland, also called upon Mr. Lincoln, and held a protracted consultation with hi he shrewd ones slyly say he managed to make Mr. Lincoln believe that he nominated him, and so puts [3 more...]