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A singular coincidence.

--The following facts form a somewhat singular coincidence:

In the fall of 1852 Heratis Seymour, Democrat, was elected Governor of New York, and, in the following spring, Thomas H. Seymour, Democrat, was chosen Governor of Connecticut. Last fall, Horace Seymour, after a lapse of ten years was elected a second time Governor of New York and Thomas H. Seymour , following the Democratic candidate for the executive chair of convention. Nothing remains to make the coincidence perfection for the conservative men of the letter state to visit their candidate.

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