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r's Ferry. According to their own accounts, it will shortly be passable; but their accounts, are seldom, if ever, worthy of belief. The New York World (abolition) represents that recruiting goes on slowly in that city and State. Lincoln may yet have to resort to a draft to fill up his army, which will cause a stampede of Yankees to the remote corners of the earth. The new eleven regiments had not, at last accounts, a full company apiece. The New York Times is complimentary to Harry Magraw, now a prisoner in Virginia. It says: "If the rebels will only hold on to him it will be a saving to the United States. He is one of the Pennsylvania soldiers of fortune, who engineered the swindling beef contract, and who has had more jobs worked through than any other man." A regiment of Zouaves is now being formed in Tennessee for the army of the Confederate States, to serve during the war. The regiment is to be armed with rifles and sabre bayonets, and uniformed in the regular