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k. A telegram from Washington, dated the 4th, gives the following about election matters there: "Governor Dennison, Postmaster-General, has gone to Ohio to vote; Secretary Welles and Chief Clerk Faxon left to-night for Connecticut, and Secretary Seward and Assistant Secretary Frederick Seward left for New York. Not less than thirty thousand soldiers, clerks and employees of different kinds, have gone home to vote, and there is not left enough clerical force to run any bureau or departmentAssistant Secretary Frederick Seward left for New York. Not less than thirty thousand soldiers, clerks and employees of different kinds, have gone home to vote, and there is not left enough clerical force to run any bureau or department here. Colonel Thomas R. Scott, of the Pennsylvania railroad, led of in arrangements to carry home voters at a quarter of a cent per mile, gaining Mr. Lincoln twenty thousand votes, thus enabling every one to go any distance at nearly a nominal cost. Two extra trains left here to-day with votes, and last night nearly fifteen hundred were left for want of cars. "Captain Camp, assistant quartermaster here, who has had charges of renting buildings for Government use since the war broke out,