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Herald suggests a new and remarkable ticket. It is General Sherman for the Presidency and Commodore Farragut for the Vice-Presidency. This is what may be called an amphibious ticket; or, at any rateature never intended him for a war-horse, and ought to be turned out to grass. Sherman and Farragut, each at home in his own profession, would be equally at sea on board the Ship of State. Therein Farragut, being a sea-faring man would have the advantage of Sherman. Their profound destitution of political knowledge would be rather a benefit than otherwise. Being ignorant of the Constitutioextremities. This we understand to be the Herald's position, and the new ticket of Sherman and Farragut to represent that idea. There are people so unreasonable as to say that if we are to be kiwe are bound to consider with respect the Herald's theory, which proposes, through Sherman and Farragut, to work us off in a lawful and constitutional manner. As Mr. Dennis, that elegant model of a