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Northern dates to the 2d of July have been received. There was great excitement in the New York gold market on the Gold opened at 245, and went up during the forenoon to 285! The Herald has an apology for this in a statement that there was no other apparent cause for the rise than the question of the appointment of a successor to Chase. The announcement in the afternoon that Senator William Pitt Femenden had been nominated Secretary of the Treasury, and that his nomination had been confirmed by the Senate, and that Congress had repeated the gold kill, brought gold down to two hundred and twenty-five. This gold bill forbade the sale of gold, unless the party selling it had it actually in hand. Hunter's expedition — he reports Himself all right. Secretary Stanton telegraphs to General Dix, rom Washington, June 23rd, as follows: The following dispatch has just been received from Gen. Homer: "I have the honor to report that our expedition has been extrem
Grant and Sherman had opened the campaigns in Virginia and Georgia, Chase is understood to have declared that the success of his financial pl, we have no doubt, has really gone greatly beyond that point — and Chase has thrown up in despair. His resignation is a plain confession thes were meeting with nothing but disaster at every step they took. Chase was behind the curtain, and he had a full opportunity of knowing eved of their unmanly fears? Who knows the truth of the situation if Chase does not? Who has manifested a greater degree of determination, or despair on that side, why should we hear of croakers on this? Chase was undoubtedly the ablest officer that Lincoln ever employed. Gen ought or ought not, he is pretty certain to do it in the long run. Chase attempted an impossibility, and failed. But he put off the evil dapay nothing for it. In the first they were gratified. In the last, Chase gratified them as for as he could. But the inevitable pay day has