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th Carolina. In the Mexican war he commanded a company of cavalry attached to the Palmetto regiment, of which his brother was Colonel, and who fell in battle. Deceased was an uncle of the gallant Preston S. Brooks, and we learn, a native of Edgefield District, S. C., and aged about 50 years. Of commanding presence, he was also an accomplished gentleman and ripe scholar. The warm attachment subsisting between himself and those who knew him best, showed him worthy of all esteem. Persons acquainted with Col. Butler are under the impression that the rash act which hurried him to the grave was prompted by temporary insanity, produced by some unknown cause. The jury of inquest summoned by High Constable Freeman, and presided over by Acting Coroner Sanxay, after hearing the evidence in the above case, returned a verdict that "he came to his death by committing suicide, inflicting several wounds on his body and cutting his throat with a Bowie-knife, while in an aberration of mind."
Richmond Light Infantry Blues. --We have been informed that one of the members of this favorite old company, who was taken prisoner in the engagement on Roanoke Island, arrived in Richmond yesterday evening and stated that the remainder of the company would arrive to-day, having been liberated on parole by the Hessians. This is good news — though when they come all will miss the accustomed presence of the gallant Wise, their leader, who now sleeps the sleep of death. We beg to remind those who design joining volunteer companies now being formed in this city that Lieut. Sanxay, of the Blues, is now engaged in filling up the ranks of a second company, who will have the honored name of the old corps.