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Sir Charles Napier, This gallant British sailor, whose death was lately announced, was a scion, of a family which has filled as large a sphere as any other in the illustrious roll of mathematicians, soldiers, sailors, lawyers, and divines, which Scotland has furnished to Great Britain during the last two hundred years. The Pry's rights, there will be no difference of opinion. His very name was synonymous with heroism and daring. It was a terror to the enemies of England. Sir Charles Napier was a cousin of Sir Charles Napier, "the lion of the Punjaub" the conqueror of Scinde, so celebrated for his dashing exploits in Indian, and his going to waSir Charles Napier, "the lion of the Punjaub" the conqueror of Scinde, so celebrated for his dashing exploits in Indian, and his going to war "with two towels and a piece of soap." He was also a cousin of Sir William Napier, whose "History of the Peninsular War" is one of the standard works of our times. Belonging to the lineage of Baron Napier (or Neter of Merchistoun,) the inventor of logarithms, the deceased Admiral in no way derogated from its dignity further tha