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cket. The New York Herald suggests a new and remarkable ticket. It is General Sherman for the Presidency and Commodore Farragut for the Vice-Presidency. This i 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 bf 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 mities. 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 e 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. Den is a more disagreeable process than to be scientifically put an end to under Sherman or McClellan. The Herald is a philosopher. Give us "a constitutional officer