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l except some New England States. Some of them predict peace as early as next June. Requiem mass for the Fallen of the Irish brigade. A requiem mass was said at the cathedral in New York on the 16th inst, for the souls of the Irish of Meagher's brigade, who sacked the city of Fredericksburg and paid for it with their lives the next day. An immense congregation was present. The scene is thus described by the New York Herald: The cathedral was itself a monument of sorrow clad inines. Two officers office stated as sentinels An immense crowd of people had early gathered, and speedily filled up the pews and crowded the states. A little after ten o'clock several officers the Irish brigade passed up the side. Brig. Gen'l Meagher heading the cortege, followed immediately by the gallant Nugent, presenting in worn looks and a halting step the proofs of his valor and devotion to country on the ensanguined field of Fredericksburg. Who more honorably or characteristica