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fforts of him self and crew while they were in imminent danger. The ladies of the Catholic Church in this city, I am glad to state, are arranging for a grand fair, shortly to take place. From their previous efforts in this direction, we predict for them full success. Last evening the funeral of young Harvey, who was drowned on the 6th inst., occurred from the residence of his mother in Portsmouth. This sad affair has caused deep affliction in the family. He was a member of Captain Richardson's Rifle company. A sad sight was witnessed in Portsmouth a day or two ago, which must excite the sympathy of every mother who has a son in our Army. Among a number who were first to leap forward in defence of their country was young Julian Peed, of Portsmouth, a member of Captain Dean's company. The company was shortly ordered away, and his young heart beat with patriotic order as he left the roof of his afflicted mother, whom he was destined never to see more. Young Peed, afte