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ade from high military considerations, have, until now, refrained from alluding to them.--He was present at the serenade at the Astor House on Saturday night to Mr. Fenton, Governor elect of this State; but, in reporting that affair, in conformity with the expressed desire of the Lieutenant-General, we omitted any allusion to him.posts of Fayetteville, Fort Smith and Fort Gibson, which are now safe. S. R. Curtis, Major-General. A speech from the New Governor of New York. Governor Fenton, the newly-chosen governor of New York, was serenaded in New York city a night or two ago. In his address replying to the compliment, he said: I intend and thirty thousand--about fifty thousand more than the vote cast in 1860. The Union majority on the Presidential electoral ticket is about seven thousand, and Mr. Fenton is elected Governor by a majority of over eight thousand. There are five hundred and seventy-eight National banks now doing business in the United States w