., MT, d.oRhwr of Cleveland and a.ly _- cld, ascd 12 yenrs, 11 ntonths nnd 20da?. the deatli pf tKll yodng lady her parenware t of nn affcctionatechild, on whom ihcy were CuTr li; lor solace in their dedining thH ers and sisten, of one whom thcy lovrd am _ ] mod. But ih i no more. Her funeral J-J ple. we nttcnded on Taoiday-sermon by Rev. Mr. Simons from John 14: 27, ader h her remains wÃªtÃ¨ committcd to the dus , Gno) to rest until the reaurrect.on of the juft. j y [Communicatcd. I this villagf, on the Sd instant, Mr. HWRT LÃ±w }oonicH, youngeM wn of Capt. Chauncoy SnI oodrich, aged 21 ycars. Kuil t a mcetinc of the Students of the Uiuwrmty Ca QdS3?Sid Februry 3d, 1846 on Vof Mr. Bccker, Mr. West was cnllcd to tk Br and Mr. Gray was appointed secretary. Sn n motion, n commitlee of one from each da &o , âppointed for the purpo.eof Jl S reilrence to iho funeral of H. D. Pu rhefoUo Ã¯in g perÃ¯ons were appoinied membere cd }committee â.â _ ivr orce L. Becker of ihe Senior, IMm S. Newbury of ihe Junior, Ppe mes B. WilhereU of c Sophomore, ' ."arles Bcckwiih of the Freshman. Ar , molion, the meeting was adjoumed to meet l ani edÃ¯ateiy fier ovening prayetB. W t an adjourncd meeting, Mr. Becker from ibÃ©lM mittee nppointcd to report Solutions, UUn Sfctclaie'f o'uV Lfl& student, Mr Henry conl W GÃÃdrich of the Sen.or class, dmnL Igj ,usb b. frenas and compan.ons an mg ion of Pym,athy and respect. Thejmncement of hi nudden and nexpected dUJ ;_I 3t bfl to na all, but pamcuU.rly to the "ba of that class wi.h wh.ch he was for a 1 ptime so intimately connected, a aource of fe had'nearfy Sed the colkgiate conrse ch was preparing hi.n for an extended sphere sefulness in the world nround U8, and he lookupon the Ã¼fe whirh awnited him afterhis deÃ¯Ã¯r- from these walis full of bright hopes and d SticipatiobB. But suddcnly and w.thout n rning, his soul has been returned to the God ,o cave it. Withuut a murmur he was aunchfrom time into eternity, and thus. by the :wik ipensation of an inscruiable Providence, hchas)m of youthful strength. But f the distrcss elations can be alleviated by an earthly conition, some portion of U perhaps may be ded froiu the reflection thnt he was esteemed and 5ved by all his colleagucs and acquaintanco?. n conclusiÃ³n, the conunittce bcg leavc to offer following rcsolutions : . .y; 'â . lesolved, Thnt the Studcnts of this bniverjily re lenrned wilh deep emotion of the death of nry D. Goodrich, a member of the Senior I Resolved, That we tender to the relaÃ¼ves of decensed the expressions of our sympathy on p s event, and as a teatimony of our respect lor - memory of the deceased we will wcar crape on the left arm for thirtv dayÃ¼. Resolved, That we will Utend in n body, the nrnil of the deceased on Thunday next ;it 10 .1 lock in the forenoon. . N. WEST, Chairman.