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Latest from the North. New York and Baltimore papers, of the 25th inst., have been received. We subjoin a summary of the news: The destruction of Lawrence, Kansas. A telegram, dated Leavenworth, 22d, gives an account of the destruction of Lawrence, Kansas, by Quantrell's guerillas. It says: The list of killed Lawrence, Kansas, by Quantrell's guerillas. It says: The list of killed and wounded as far as ascertained is some 180, the majority of whom were killed instantly, most of them in their own houses, with their wives and children clinging to them, while the murderers planted pistols at their breasts and shot them down. Among the most prominent citizens known to be killed are Gen. G. W. Calmer, Mayo
Gen. Jim Lane escaped on horseback.
Quantrell is now retreating towards Missouri, burning and laying waste everything in his route.
The loss at Lawrence is not less than $2,000,000.
Two banks were robbed of every dollar they had, and the third escaped a similar fate only because the heat was so great from th