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Wood and Fremont. --A correspondent of the Atlanta Southern Confederacy, who has seen New York papers of quite a recent date, writes as follows of Fernando Wood and John C. Fremont: Fremont and Fernando Wood are still intriguing for theiFernando Wood are still intriguing for their respective schemes for the dismemberment of what remains of the United States. If England engages in war with the United Srn empire. It would also add powerfully to the strength of Wood's intrigues in New York. Wood's recent defeat for MayoWood's recent defeat for Mayor of New York city should not be taken as evidence of his failing influence. There was a triangular contest, each candidate receiving nearly the same number of votes. Wood was left out by a few votes. Opdyke received a plurality, though the actual majority against him was 25,000. This majority Wood can command for his new scheme. In a similar way Wood was defeated Wood was defeated in 1857; but, for the two years he was out of office, he was as potent as if he had been at the head of the city government.