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rom thence removed on Saturday to the Hall of the House of Representatives, in the capitol building, to await the hour appointed for the funeral to take place. At the hour above named his remains were placed in the hearse, which was drawn by four white horses, and followed by the members of his old brigade, the State Guard, a company of artillery, several distinguished civilians and military officers, together with a number of mourners and friends, the cortege proceeded to Hollywood Cemetery, where appropriate services were performed by Rev. James A. Duncan; after which, his body was deposited in a private vault to await removal to his native State. Among those who acted as pall bearers were Generals Fields, Bragg, Corse and Pendleton, Judge Reagan, Colonel Kane and Dr. Charles Magill. The procession was a very large one, and, taken all together, it was one of the most impressive and imposing displays which has taken place in this city on any similar occasion for many years past.