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harges of fraud against the New York State agents for receiving the soldiers' votes, have made their report. They had interviews with the Secretary of War, and obtained from him permission to visit, in prison, Colonel North and Messrs. Cohen and Jones, the arrested persons, who were subjected to improper treatment and great deprivation. They say that they could obtain no copies; of the charges against the accused, and have found no evidence that frauds were committed by them. They state, also, that soldiers desirous of voting the Democratic ticket meet with great difficulties in their efforts to do so. The commissioners requested of the Secretary of War that either Colonel North and Messrs. Cohen and Jones should be given up for trial to the State authorities, or that the proceedings in their cases should be postponed till after the Presidential election, and they be released on parole; neither of which being complied with, a communication was addressed to Lincoln by Messrs, Parke