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ers, transports, and other vessels. The Brooklyn is being repaired, and will soon be ready for action. New York Politics--one Union, one Destiny, and no Slavery. The Republicans of New York have commenced their mass meetings in favor of Wadsworth, their nominee for Governor. One was held in that city Wednesday night. The first speaker was Henry J. Raymond, the "little villain" of the Times. He explained that he left this city to attend the Convention under the conviction that Jos. S. worth was the proper that for the position of Governor; but on his way, in conversation with none but loyal men, he discovered that the Republican ranks in all parts of the State outside of this city had been drawn upon so largely for the battle field that there was danger to be apprehended by following out the prompting of his own heart in the premises, and he determined to throw dismay into the Democratic ranks by voting for Gen. John A. Dix, and he cast and be cast his vote according