At Vernon, Connecticut, on the 21st instant, in the d year of his age, Mr. ANSON ROGERS, of the family and a kinsman of Henry W. Rogers, of this city.
On the 7th inst., MATTIE, daughter of ORVILLE and Julia Moe, in the seventh year of her age. She was a bright, active child, of more than ordinary intelligence and goodness, and during her long and painful illness, in which she was a great nifiarw, slio evincwl tbe patience nd : - far beyond her in years. Oh! how we loved the dear child and what a vacant plM t in the home cirelu ! Lonc Bliftll v.tj misa tbee, (-ir flarfinj, Unce tht weet light of onr home ; I of u!
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