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Northern dates of the 22d have been received. The Herald says Sunday was the gloomiest of all the days in the history of the nation in Washington. Seward and Chase have certainly resigned — Seward will not remain in if Halleck and Stanton are retained. Chase will not remain if Seward quits as in that event he says, the NorthChase will not remain if Seward quits as in that event he says, the Northern capitalists would shut down. There are two candidates for the place of Commander in Chief--Fremont being urged by the Radicals, and McClellan by the Conservatives. The Herald says Chase may be Premier, and R. J. Walker Secretary of the Treasury. The Herald says it is believed that neither the people nor the army will submitChase may be Premier, and R. J. Walker Secretary of the Treasury. The Herald says it is believed that neither the people nor the army will submit to Fremont in place of Halleck, or to the retention of Stanton; and adds, that if such a course be pursued the newly elected Governors of six of the great States (Imitating Massachusetts in 1812) will recall their troops from the field, and demand a change of policy. It also says, in the present posture of affairs the alternative