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Mr. George M. Brewer, of Mobile, has given a hundred cords of wood for the use of the garrison at Fort Morgan, and proffered the services of twenty negro men as laborers on the works. Sudden Death Of A Clergyman.--The Rev. J. T. Woodbury, of Milford, Mass., died very suddenly Wednesday morning, probably in an apoplectic fit. He was brother of the late Hon. Levi Woodbury. A son of Capt. James R. Fleet, of King & Queen county, Va., accidentally shot himself in the right arm while hunting, a few days ago. Amputation was rendered necessary. The stable at Farley Vale, King George co., Va., belonging to S. W. Corbin, was destroyed by fire recently. Loss about $2,000--partly insured. The last County Court of Northampton Va., issued bonds to the amount of $5,000 to arm the people for resistance to Northern invasion. A man named James Ibson, on board a vessel at Fredericksburg, Va., fell against a stove on Wednesday night, and was burned to death. Rev. Dr.