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ons had been here there would have been very little difficulty in doing that. What Gov. Seymour Intends to do. Gov. Seymour assumed control of the State Government of New York yesterday. A New York letter-writer, in noticing the remark of a Washington correspondent, that it was understood there that Governor Seymour will allow of no more arbitrary arrests in New York State, says: The writer is perfectly correct (as I happen to know) as to the arbitrary arrests. The Governor's mesthe public generally will be interested to hear. My authority for it is as reliable as that of the Governor himself. Mr. Seymour's idea is that it is not within the strict line of his duty to his constituents, nor to the country at large, to permill but go for the "Union as it was, and the Constitution as it is." Another writer remarks that it is said that Governor Seymour's message will make a studied and venomous attack on New England, and, perhaps intimate a willingness for her expuls