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are also in treaty for the paper. The total vote of New York States, in the late election, was about seven hundred 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 with a total capital of $108,801,130. Fred Douglas is to lecture in New York on Thursday evening. He will repeat his Baltimore lecture, on which occasion a presentation is to be made to Colonel Bowman, organizer of the negro regiments of Maryland. General Rawlings, Grant's chief of staff, telegraphs that there is a great panic in Richmond, caused by the movements of Sherman. Ten men, charged with being engaged in recruiting a guerrilla party for operations in Kentucky, were arrested by detectives in Cincinnati on last Thursday n