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, should the rebels prove twice as strong as they are represented to be. Burnside, we regret to say, has not reinforced Rosecrans, as was expected. Miscellaneous. The Washington Chronicle, of the 21st, says: From private information of a strictly reliable nature we learn that the rams (rebel) now building in England will not be permitted by that Government to go at large, but will be escorted to France by an English war steamer, and delivered to the owners, who are Frenchmen. It is reported that the rebel Generals Marsh Walker, was mortally wounded on Sunday, the 6th inst., in a duel with the rebel Gen. Marmaduke, at Bayou Metairie. The difficulty was occasioned by Mermaduke's jealousy of Walker, who had recently been promoted from the subordinate to the ranking General. The American states that William H. Wilson and Lieut. A. O. Brummell, "refugees from the South," have arrived in Baltimore. The latest quotation of gold in New York was 139 1-2.