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The Death Of Corporal Clarkson Pack

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Camp nrar Falmouth Va., ) February 4th, 1863. ) Died, on Feb. 3d, 1863, of typhoid fever, at camp Louisa Blair, opposite Fredericksburg, Va., Corporal Clarkson Pack, of Company D, 20th Regitnent of Michigan Volunteers. Wiiereas, It bas pleased an all-wise Providente to remove from us, our mücb lamentad comrade, Corporal Clarkson Pack, tlierefore, Resolved, That bc bas won the bigbest esteem of every member of bis compapy, by his frank open manuers, and his generous and kind acts, and bas secured for himself the title of a brave, prompt and noble soldier, and a true and loyal pntriot ; who bas sacrificed his all for bis couniry. Resolved, Tbat it is due to the cbaraeter of the deceased, to here affirm, that, although, in the death of a beloved son and broiher, his family have sustained a severe loss, their loss is searcely greater than ours. In him, Company I) bas lost one of its best mcmbers, and bravest soldiers ; one, who bore the fatigues cf the mareh with unmurmuring foititnde, and who shrank not in the hour of trial; one, whose eye of hope was a'ways clear, and whose cheerfulness habitual. Tlie loss of such as he from a company is always scverely feit, and deeply we feel his loss. Resolved, That in acknowledgment to "Him, that doeth.all things well," we humbly bow, and calraly abide by His will, and are partially recouciled in the belief that our loss is our comrade's eternal gain. Resolved, Thiit in view of his griefstrieken relatives, we tender to thcm our lieartfelt syinpatbies, and share with them their sorrows over his untimeiy death. Resolved, That in expression of our feelings towards the departed, and our sytnpathy wit.h his much bereaved family, we do the hist honor to him we loved and re.peoted, by sending to them, his earthly remains. Resolved, That in view of his large cirele of warm friends, who will greatly mourn his death, we transmit a copy of these resolutions to the family of the deceased, and also, to the Ann Arbor papers for publication. Bergt. N. A. Parker, "1 Corp. Abram Romig, " N. D. Gates, )■ Cora. Private B H. Campbell, " C. S McOmber. J