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tumultuous and checkered life, came to peace and rest at last, but also for our beloved country, over which we trust the rain bow of hope will ere long shine with brightest dyes. "The pall bearers were Colonel Tansill, chief of staff to General Whiting; Major Vanderhorst, J. M. Seixas, Esq.; Dr. de Prossett, Dr. Micks and Dr. Medway. General Whiting and Captain C. B. Poindexter, representing the two services, were prevented from acting as pallbearers, the former by reason of absence, the lto peace and rest at last, but also for our beloved country, over which we trust the rain bow of hope will ere long shine with brightest dyes. "The pall bearers were Colonel Tansill, chief of staff to General Whiting; Major Vanderhorst, J. M. Seixas, Esq.; Dr. de Prossett, Dr. Micks and Dr. Medway. General Whiting and Captain C. B. Poindexter, representing the two services, were prevented from acting as pallbearers, the former by reason of absence, the latter in consequence of illness."