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e McClellanites has worked admirably. Ferry, who "confessed," and was the decoy duck, is sentenced, with the real duck, Donohue, to imprisonment for life; but of course he will be pardoned out as soon as the election is over and all is quiet. DonoDonohue will not be pardoned, nor will Colonel North, a prominent citizen of New York, if he is convicted. Colonel North's case is creating much interest in New York since the fate of Ferry and Donohue became public. We find the following particulars Donohue became public. We find the following particulars of the matter in the Washington correspondence of the New York Tribune, dated on the 1st: Ferry and Donohue have been sentenced to the penitentiary for life. The Secretary of War has approved the sentence, and it will be carried out immediateDonohue have been sentenced to the penitentiary for life. The Secretary of War has approved the sentence, and it will be carried out immediately. New York prisons will not be selected. There are good reasons for the opinion that this attempt to sweep New York by wholesale fraud was only preliminary to attempts at organized revolution throughout New York and the North. Under this convict