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urg Express contains the following account of the adventures of Col. Corcoran and his companions, while spending a day in that city: The Early in the day information was carried to the Mayor that Col Corcoran had been seen to enter the store of Messrs. Scott & Harrison, on She excitement or the crowd became very high near the store, and Col. Corcoran was led out through the back entrance of the building and condure under guard. Mr. Delaney stated to the Mayor that he had known Corcoran intimately in Ireland and in New York; that Corcoran was well acquCorcoran was well acquainted with his family, and since he had no communication with them for months past, he had merely invited him (Corcoran) into the store to reCorcoran) into the store to receive and bear to them a friendly letter which he had written for the purpose. He further stated that he had said nothing that would result i true to the South. The letter being in the possession of Colonel Corcoran, a messenger was sent to request his presence before the Mayor