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Going to London.

--The New York Sunday Herald says:

‘ Company E, ninth regiment, City Guard, Capt. Wm. Atterbury, will visit London in August next, taking a steamer from New York for Southampton. They expect to take over one hundred men in the command, and will be accompanied by a band of forty pieces --probably Dodworth's or the National Guard Band. The President of the railroad between Southampton and London has tendered a free passage between the termini of his route.-- Diston, the celebrated performer on the sax horn, who, with his sons, visited this country some years ago, and who is now the leader of the "crack" band of London, volunteered to furnish music for the Guard during their tour in England.

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