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Died of his Injuries. --David H. Bivens, conductor on the Fredericksburg railroad, who was shot in the hand at Milford depot about three weeks since by James Scott, of that place, died from the effects of the wound inflicted at five o'clock yesterday morning, at the officer's hospital (city alms- house). A few days since, Lieutenant Bivens's arm was amputated about three inches above the wrist; but instead of his condition being improved thereby, he steadily grew worse, till death put an end to his sufferings. It will be recollected by our readers, that at the time the deceased was shot by Scott, he was in the act of putting his memorandum book in his left breast coat pocket, with his hand over his heart, and that the ball from the pistol passed entirely through his right hand, embedding itself in the blank book.