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Affairs at the Southern Capital. The Montgomery papers contain brief comments on the Inaugural of Mr. Lincoln, which they publish almost in full. The Advertiser says: It commences by an insulting allusion to what is deemed the unreasonable conduct of the seceding States--it says that the Union is unbroken, and the laws must be enforced, and it means--War, War, and nothing less than war, will satisfy the Abolition chief. And if blood, nothing but blood, Mr. Lincoln will have, why, then, in God's name, trusting to that Providence that has never yet withheld a protecting hand from the cause of right and of justice, relying for human aid upon the b
weeks. And though he has buttered both sides of the bread, sugar is sprinkled upon one and powder gently sifted on the other.--Upon the vital question at issue, Mr. Lincoln is explicit, and that is that the Union is unbroken in fact, that it is his duty to hold the public property and collect the revenue, and that he will enforce t