Another hero fallen.--Amid the crash of battle, the roar of artillery and the dashing bayonet charge, in the fierce excitement of the hour which thrills every nerve and rouses every energy, the soldier who falls is scarcely headed in the on-sweeping ranks of his victorious comrades. But when the conflict ceases and the smoke of the cannon rolls away, and the returning column sorrowly seeks its slain upon the blood-stained, ground, many a heart swells with anguish, many an eye fills with tears to see the prostrate form and meet the dying glance of well-loved friends and brothers, the fore most in the desperate fight. One of the immortal Seven, who sealed in death their devotion to liberty and their native South in the brilliant victory at Bull Run, on Thursday, July 18th, was Carter H. Harrison, Major in the 17th Virginia Regiment, one of the heroic leaders whose men so gallantly fought and won the battle of that day. ‘"None knew him but to love him" ’--of a nature at once gentle and brave, a tender, high-souled, chivalrous man; young in years, old in heroism, foremost in duty, highest in honor — among the first to fall. The friends who loved and mourn him, those who saw him--
"Walking his round of duty,
Serenely day by day.
With the strong man's hand of labor,
And childhood's heart of play;"
all who knew his noble life and gallant death, will mingle their tears ‘"with those who weep"’ over the touching words sent by the Surgeon to his home on the morning of the 19th: ‘"Your husband died in Jesus, this morning."’ A fitting epitaph to a life like his — at once its eulogy and its lament. Virginia will forever cherish the sacred memory of her patriot son.--Fredericksburg News.