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n weight.--The trials with these huge pieces of ordnance cannot fall to be looked for with great interest, as the largest shot hitherto used in battering iron targets is 126 pounds, at a minimum distance of 200 yards. Traitors in Mains. Secretary Seward has addressed to the Governor of Maine the following letter: Department of State, Washington, Oct. 4, 1861. Governor:--Application has been made to the President for the release of Robert Elliott, a political prisoner held in custodl commendation. If any of the other offenders are still persisting in their treasonable course, you will, I am sure, not fail to give information to this Department. I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient. (Signed) Wm, H. Seward. To His Excellency Israel Washburne, Augusta, Maine. The slave trade[from the New York Tribune.] In concert with the Government, Marshal Murray has recently perfected in Washington arrangements to baffle the purposes of those slave tr