In Ann Arbor, February 1st, BESSlE, daughter of NELSON B. and ELIZABETH H. F. COLE, aged 9 months and 21 days.
Sleep, little Bessie, sleep; Not in thy cradle bed, Not on thy mother's breast Henceforth shall be thy rest, But with the quiet dead. Yes, witïi the quiet dcad, BeBOie, ttiy rwt shall be. Oh! many a woairy wight, Weaxy of UÍ6 and liglit, VVould íain lie down with thee. Vw :-; in ÜH ■ i'i thy 1-j-aiity. A thing all ht-alth and glee ; lïut nevei then weit thdti bo beautifo] is ikuv. Bt-saio, thuu ■scvw'íft t'iac. Oh ! I cwild gaze forever Upbn iba) waxen Fo passioolees, mí palo : Thy little shrine was sure an angel's dwelling place.
In the town of Ann Arbor, Jan. 29th, 1872. of consumption, JAMES H., youngest son of Benjamin and Eveline PRYER, aged 16 years, 10 months and 20 days.
In Pontiac, January 30th, 1872, S. & NOBLE, Jh. ügwl M ycju umi ot' S. B. NOBLE, formerly a resident of this city.