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forehead. When discovered, an elder son of the President, named Jefferson, was kneeling by, endeavoring in the most affectionate manner to make him speak, but apparently not realizing the reason which prevented his brother from doing so. As soon as possible Drs. Wellford, Haxall, Conway, and Peticolas, were in attendance; but all their efforts proved ineffectual, and the little follow, after an hour's suffering, during which time he was perfectly insensible, breathed his last. The exact cause of the unfortunate accident is not known; but as there was a step-ladder leading from the area in the yard to the porch above, a distance of from fifteen to twenty feet, it is conjectured that he was standing near its top, and, losing his balance, fell over into the yard below. The funeral took place at five o'clock yesterday afternoon, from St. Paul's Church. A large crowd of sympathizing friends were in attendance, and the ceremonies of the occasion were of the most impressive character.