Mortality in a family.
--The Drew family which has become well known to the public on account of the talent possessed by its members, and which, like that of the Booths, Keans, Kembles, and Wallacks, has been chiefly directed to the profession of the stage, has experienced a and mortality among its male members.
Mr. John Drew
, who was claimed to be the most correct delineator of the day of Irish character, died on the 21st of May last, in Philadelphia
His brother, Edward Drew, Captain
's regiment of sharpshooters, was killed on the 22d of July, before Richmond
, while gallantly leading his men in battle.
A third brother, George Drew
, died on the 17th ult, at Fortress Monroe
, of typhoid fever, incurred while on duty with the 49th New York.--Of four brothers who were alive four months ago, the only survivor and only male representative of the family in Mr. Frank Drew
, at present filling an engagement at the St. Louis Theatre
in this city.-- St. Louis Republican.