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t Washington, a council of enrolling officers met and re-examined them. In consequence of the representations made by Gov. Seymour, they are now undergoing a third examination, with, so far as obtained, the result of approximate perfection of detailapproving an article in the New York Express, threatening that the draft shall not take place in New York, says: Gov. Seymour has pledged his sacred word and honor, and the people of New York trust in him and believe him, that not one single dr doubt that he will keep his word." The New York Tribune, commenting on the article from the News, says: That Seymour is at heart with Jeff. Davis and his crew, we have no manner of doubt. We believe it is susceptible of proof that he ha to recover from the stunning blows it has recently received, we call for the evidence on which the News asserts that "Gov. Seymour has pledged his sacred word and honor" to the Copperhead rebellion proposed. To whom was this pledge made? What were