many triends of Miss Mary H. Clark, which iuclude our whole community, were surpriaed and shocked on Weduesday afternoon by the announcenieut of her unexpeeted and sudden death. She had been quite ill, trom an attack in the nature of paralysia, but it was hoped was recovering with a prospect of restoratiou to her usual health. She attended ohureh Sunday, was out Monday aud Tuesday, aiid Wednesday morning called at the resideuce ot Judge Lawrenoe, and dropped off about noon without warning, being, as we learn, found dead in her bed by her physician when calling to see her. Miss Clark was known and esteeraed by all, and loved by many. The school of which she has so long been the head has made her circle of friends large both at home and throughout the State. She was an intelligent, cultured, industrious, active, persevering, Christian lady, persistent in overcoming obstacles, and determiued on keeping pace with the strides of the age. Her funeral took place tliis morning, and the remains taken to Brighton for interrment. An appropriate biographical sketch will doubtless be provided by some fneud poasessed oí the data which we do llOt pOL6eS8.