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Col. Corcoran. --This redoubtable Federal warrior, who is still growling like a sick bear ovees of air and exercise, and, finally, what Col. Corcoran evidently considers the climax of cruelty,eply pained by these prison revelations of Col. Corcoran. That an officer of his rare merits and alem was never seen or heard of than this same Corcoran. Who is the man? Who is this fellow that gis himself more airs than Prince Albert, (whom Corcoran refused to honor by calling out his regiment have to herd with such loafers and humbugs as Corcoran, and to be represented in the press and publi would be now approaching its end. As to Corcoran's lament about "spiritual" consolation, if heat every human form has a soul in it, visited Corcoran in prison, and was anxious to rescue him as abetter success, of which we have no proof but Corcoran's word, it shows that captivity is gradually uine of the new penitent. An old sinner like Corcoran, an ex-Queen's policeman in Ireland, and a ve