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The New York Herald of the 1st July has been received. We append a summary of the news: Resignation of Secretary Chase--the gold market. The Herald's Washington correspondent says: About mid day it was ascertained that Secretary Chase, Assistant Secretaries Harrington and Field, solicitor Jordan, several of the heads of bureaux, and number of the chief clerks, had all tendered their resignations, but that only the resignation of the Secretary had been accepted. Within a few minutes after its assembly the Senate went into executive session, to consider the nomination of Gov Tod, of Ohio, as successor to Mr. Chase. An excited and protracted debate followed — the Senate being unwilling to take the Tod. A recess was ordered without the confirmation of the nomination. In its financial department, the Herald says: The reported resignation of Secretary Chase created considerable sensation in Wall street yesterday, but monetary matters were not disturbed