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we should not bestow a posthumous notice on a few pointers we have known. And first upon Carlo, a dog that belonged to Mr. Narcissus W. Miller now Clerk of Goochland county. Poor Carlo! He has now been under the sod more than thirty years, yet his master has not forgotten him to this day. He was a most gentlemanly dog, yet somehe canine world was Ludo, a large, beautiful white and black pointer, belonging to Dr. Wm. S. Scott, now of Fredericksburg, but at the time we speak of living in Goochland. Ludo was a magnificent dog in all respects, No dog of his day could find more birds, and he was fully as good at single birds as at coveys. He was not fond officient ascendancy over him to break him as he was broken. He must have taken to it naturally. Dr. Erasmus Powell, at present of this city, but formerly of Goochland, had a dog to which he irreverently gave the name of Maffitt, after the celebrated Divine John New Land Maffitt, of whom, for aught we know, he might have been a