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lls for "a sharp remonstrance from Secretary Seward." Gold, in New York, was quoted Friday evening at 118¾, on the assurance, says the Times, that there was "no danger to be apprehended from the Confederate raid into Maryland." The remains of Gen. Kearney dd in state at Newark, N. J., on the 5th, and were to be interred at New York with great ceremony. The N. Y. Times has the following on the "reverses in Virginia:" It is pretty evident to everybody by this time that our armies have beeher this deponent saith not. Casualties in the late battles. The following is a list of some of the prominent Union officers killed and wounded in the late battles in Virginia: Generals — Duryea, wounded; Hatch, slightly wounded, Kearney, U. S. army, killed; Schenck, badly wounded; Sigel, slightly wounded; Isaac I. Stevens, killed; Tower, badly wounded; Taylor, wounded, since died. Colonels Killed--Brown, 20th Indiana; Brown, 28th Indiana; Cantred, 82d Ohio; Koltes, 73d Pen