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sorrowful journey. The body will be conveyed to its destination in Connecticut this morning. The countenance of the deceased wears a natural and composed expression. The wound caused by the fatal bullet can be seen under the left eye. The deceased is crossed in the same uniform that he wore on the battle field. The Sons of Connecticut met at No. 30 Pine street, yesterday afternoon, Robert H. McCurdy in the chair; Charles Gould, Secretary. Among the gentlemen were Gov. Buckingham, Gen. Busteed, Col. Almy, Waldo Hutchins, Judge Coles, and the members of the late General's staff. After brief remarks by several members of the Society, the following resolutions were adopted: Resolved, That while we mourn the sacrifice of every gallant life given in battle to preserve the life of the nation, and sympathize with the bereaved friends of every Union soldier, we cannot but feel with more intensity the tearful cost of victory when death strikes at those who are the pride and the ho