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awn their resignations, we have no means of knowing. It is not becoming that we publish the rumors in regard to them. But it is significant that all in Washington save rebel sympathizers look to the Senate for action that shall be at once wise and brave, and comport with the dignity and the rights of the representatives of States. Death of a fighting Chaplain. Rev. Arthur B. Fuller, Chaplain of a Massachusetts regiment, who was killed at Fredericksburg, was buried at Boston on Christmas eve. The Boston Journal says: There has been a singular fatality attached to the family of the lamented Chaplain Fuller. Three of the family have perished by untimely deaths. Eugene Fuller, one of the sons, was drowned on the voyage from New York to New Orleans in 1859, the same year that the mother died. Margaret Fuller, Countess of Cossoll, perished by shipwreck, on Fire Island, near New York, in 1850. She was returning, from Italy to her native land, from which she had long been