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Capt. A. J. Whitehead, late sheriff of Pithylvania county, died on Monday last, of diphtheria, after an illness of three days.

The Cincinnati papers record the death of the Rev. Dr. Brooks, formerly pastor of Christ Church in that city.

The cod fishery is represented as being poor this season by the American, British and French fishermen.

General Mansfield is enjoying a furlough from military duties at his home in Middletown, Conn.

Hon. J. Scott Harrison declines the Democratic nomination for Lieut. Governor of Ohio.

Col. Joseph Paxion, a well known citizen of Pennsylvania, died on Tuesday, at Catawissa.

Mr. John H. Norwood died at Annapolis, Maryland, on Wednesday, aged one hundred years.

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