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-Rev. Artiiur Edwards, JB Chaplaia of the First Michigan Infantry coramunioates to the Detroit TriUne a l'"fc of tlie killed an wounded of the regiment in the recent battle at gettysburg. We do not find ia the list the name of Capt. Georgb C. Mogk of this city, heretofore reported killed, and tuke it for granted that he is alive and unwouDded. We are happy to know font so brave and gallant an offieer has been spared to his family and country. The reported death of Lieut. Amos M. lp, also of this city, is confirmed by the Chaplain's letter. Lieut. Ladd was the only son of Thomas M. Ladd one of our old and respected citizens, Likc his fatber he was bred a priuter, and having at different times been in our employ we ;sn bear testimony to his noble qualities. He euli&ted as a private, leaving a luorative place under the Saut Canal Superinteudent, and by his soldierly quali {es and attention to duty had won a Lieutenant's commission. Our citizens as a body deeply sympathize with his parents and sisters in their bereavement. Madame Charlotte Vakian, an oldfavorite of our music-loving oitizens, i iformerly Mrs. G. Vurian James,) gave a concert in Hangsterfer's Hall on nesday evening, to the complete saiisfactionof hor audience. She sings again tomorrow evening, and we advise our ! friends to go and liear her. " The Star Spangled Banner " alone will i saté them, to say nothing of " Coming tbro' the Rye," " Thou art so near, and yet so far," " Within a mile of Edinboro Town," ''French Laughing Song," te. jkig" Thomas Coates, an intelligent Englishman of American proelivities, is iolecture in the Congregational Chureh, od Mondiiy evening next. Mr. C. was with our army on the Peninsula, was captured and taken to Richmoud, and his personal experienees of army and prisou üfe will be interesting. See card. Dr. R. J. Lyons' patients and others interested will please notiee, that important business oalls the Dr. to New York and Philadolpbia, he will therefore not be at the Monitor House on the 2Oth, inst., but will resume his visits on the same date of the following montbs. L3" The funeral of Ooi. H. II. Jeffords, of the Fourth Michigan Infantry, was attended at the residence ■of his parents at Dtfxter, on Friday last, by about 2,000 people. jgsg" Our farmers are now aetively -engaged in theharvest fiold, and with -continned good weather for a fortnight tbe wheat erop wil] be secured in good condition. Laborers are scarce and wages high, but the cool weather is favorable to the harvesters. The erop as far as we can hear will be an average ■ one, the heads being well filled and the 'berry excellent. In early sowed, however, the ravages of the insect have ■been severe.


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