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The name of the Secretary of the meeting held by the Maryland Society, in reference to the death of Hon. John Tyler, is Charles C, and not Charles F. Calian as printed by mistake in yesterday's issue.
the Sixteenth street prison, still they will have no cause of complaint. The New York herald upon the death of ex-president Tyler. The New York Herald, of the 23d inst., has a long editorial upon the death of ex-President Tyler, from which weex-President Tyler, from which we make the following extract: Mr. Tyler's course in advocating rebellion has long since alienated from him all personal sympathy and respect — that due to age alone excepted. To the usual comparative obscurity which awaits the ex-Presidents of Mr. Tyler's course in advocating rebellion has long since alienated from him all personal sympathy and respect — that due to age alone excepted. To the usual comparative obscurity which awaits the ex-Presidents of this republic, and to the shades of declining years, Mr. Tyler added the darker gloom of treason, and closed his life in the capital of the rebels, surrounded by armed traitors, and making the last weary days of his long life in famous by earnestly Mr. Tyler added the darker gloom of treason, and closed his life in the capital of the rebels, surrounded by armed traitors, and making the last weary days of his long life in famous by earnestly assisting a wretched attempt to break up the Government of that country over whose destinies he had once presided, and in whose service he had enjoyed at least official honors. He died, therefore, unmourned and unhonored, and the interesting remini