Compauy A, First Resioient, M. S. ï.. at tlièir last meeting passed the following resolutions: Witkhkar, It lias pleased God to remove fvom ourmidst onr most esteemed and worthy oomrade, Sergeant John J . Kurns, and Whekeas, We havo loaine'l of his sudtleu and untimely death vfith profound sorrow, be it. Resuli'ed, That we hear testimony tq the manly character and Cliristian virtues of our departed friend. His striot lntesrlty of oharacter, his niarked fldellty to dul,y, his patriotio zeal and his cheerful UQassumlng njanner have endeared him to all witli whon he assoelated, and have made hlm ono whose loss will be kcenly feit by us. To his boreavec parents and sistci's, whese brigrhtest hopos now droop like fadinf? liowers on his boosom we extund tlie assurance of our warmes sympathy. Thouph strio-ken down in tho lul tide of earlj' manhood, cut off from all it liop. aspirnttons and victories we yet fee that bis Ufe was a complete succoss. Hoed, That the eremplary conduot and chai'autcr of' onr departed oomrade has loít deep impreesion on our minds aml that w will alwaya cherish the momory of his nobl and honorable life. olved, That as au o.vpression of ou sorrow, tliis company wear the usual cm blems of lor a period of sixty days Bi -ilri'il, That a copy of these resolutions b prosented to the family of the deceased.