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We are indebted to the courteous officers of the Exchange Bureau for copies of late New York papers, from which we make some extracts: The Democratic Committee. The Democratic National Committee at Washington appear in the papers with a circular letter, in which they earnestly urge their friends in the United States to organize rapidly for the presidential campaign. The names signed to the letter are not very well known. Charles Mason signs as chairman. They set forth the formidable nature of the Lincoln party organization, and assure their own party that there is no chance of success but in the most perfect organization through Democratic clubs and associations, and to all these must be freely added "money. " The vast patronage and power of the Administration, which its organs and its acts inform us are to be used to an extent never before paralleled in influencing the approaching election, can only be successfully opposed in the manner now contemplated. To the