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e enemy as to finally drive him back. --Should it not be done? The late Dr. Bangs. A recent letter from New York says: The death of the aged and well-known Dr. Bangs took place on Saturday morning. He has been in falling health for some time past, and the event, therefore, was not unexpected. For sixty years Dr. Dr. Bangs was identified with the Methodist Episcopal Church. He was born May 2, 1778, at Stratford, Conn, and at the age of thirteen removed to Stamford, Delaware. At, the last forty five years of his life were spent in New York and Brooklyn. Dr. Bangs was one of the originators of the Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcoperved it graciously. In 1836 he was chosen Corresponding Secretary. In 1838 Dr. Bangs published the first volume of his widely known "History of Methodism." The l to serve the causes of religion. With the exception of Rev. Dr. Spring, the Rev. Dr. Bangs has been longer in this city than any other clergyman. A chance to