A large audience attecded the memorial services at the Unitarian cnurcn i Suuday eveuing, Jude N. W. Cheever made a brief addreas upoo the life aud character oL Gov. Felch giving many interestng iueideuts relating to thp early days of this county. Jndge Harninan aud Wm. N. Browu, of this city, spoke of the charaotcr and work of üov. Ashley. Mr. Brown was assooiated with Gov. Ashlpy in New York in a business way, while be was conBtructiug íhe TolfJeo & Aun Arbor Raiiroad, aud his story of the tremeudous business diffiuulties Mr. Ashley roet and overeóme iu huildiug the ruad, was well aud graphically told. Judge Harriman's reruarks were ooufiued ehiefly to Gov. Asbley's publio and anti-slavery reoords. The servioes were opeued by a few words by Rev. Mr. Sunderland, upon Gov. Felch as his uearest neighbor for mauy years, aud upon Gov. Asbley, wbo with his íarnily were seven years conneoted with his eburch here iu Ann Arbor.