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eiving contributions for the relief of such Blues as are now prisoners of war. On motion of Colonel George W. Munford, it was resolved unanimously that the meeting repair in masse to the depot of the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad company, to act as a guard of honor to the body of the lamented deceased in its transit from thence to the Capitol. It was also resolved that the members of the meeting would attend Captain Wise's funeral in a body. Captain William L. Maule and Lieutenant J. A. Scott were appointed a committee to make suitable arrangements for Captain Wise's funeral, on the part of the Masonic fraternity. Colonel Munford offered a preamble and series of resolutions in reference to the death of Captain Wise, which will appear hereafter. Note--The body of Capt. Wise duly arrived at the time indicated in the above notice. The remains of Captain Coles, of the Albemarle infantry, Killed in the same action, arrived at the same time. The hearses containing t