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York Herald, of Saturday morning last. It will be seen that the event is looked upon as a great calamity in the North, and the manner in which they howl over the just deserts meted out to that king of desperadoes is sublimely ridiculous: Captain Fox has just made an official report of the circumstances attending the killing of Col. Ellsworth to the President. It appears that Ellsworth was marching up the street with a squad of men to take possession of the telegraph office, when, in himself somewhat, the President took his seat, and desired us to approach. "I will take no apology, gentlemen," said the President, "for my weakness; but I knew poor Ellsworth well, and held him in great regard. Just as you entered the room, Capt. Fox left me, after giving me the painful details of Ellsworth's unfortunate death. The event was so unexpected, and the recital so touching, that it quite unmanned me."--The President here made a violent effort to restrain his emotions, and after