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Death of Rev.Dr. Murray. --Rev.Dr. Murray, of Elizabethtown, N. J., died on the 5thinst. The New York Express noticing his decease, says: He was the author of the celebrated Kirwan letters; distinguished himself by his arguments in behalf of the Protestant Religion against Archbishop Hughes. He stood high also both as an able controversialist and as a true Christian. As a Minister of Christ he preached not only a pure and undefiled personal piety, but obedience to the laws and a recognition of the powers that be. By aiming to discharge the duties of a good citizen as well as a good. Christian, he gave offence to the extreme Anti-Slavery men of the country, and was, therefore, very often assailed by them in the most bitter and personal manner. In the course of a recent visit to England, he was hunted by the Secretary of the British Anti-Slavery Society, who endeavored not only to keep him from being heard as an American clergyman, but also to withdraw from him the usua