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e at the mercy of Gen. Philip Sheridan. It is this element of the campaign which so immensely accelerates its progress. The arrival and Reception of Major General Sedgwick's remains in New York. The body of Major General Sedgwick, killed in Grant's army, arrived in New York last week. He was a Connecticut Yankee, and theMajor General Sedgwick, killed in Grant's army, arrived in New York last week. He was a Connecticut Yankee, and there was a general turning out of New Englanders to lament over him. The Herald has the following account of the obsequies. The remains of Major General Sedswick, who was killed in the recent battles of Virginia while riding a long the front, arrived in this city yesterday morning to charge of Major Whinter, Captain Halsted, andle. The coffin was enshrouded with a silk flag, and on the lid was a beautiful wreath of holly leaves and flowers, with this inscription: To the memory ofGen Sedgwick, of Connecticut,from Mrs. Jas. Dixon, of Hartford, Connecticut. On the breast of the deceased was a beautiful bouquet, which was attached to Mrs. Lincoln's