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Fast day sermons. We append some sketches of sermons delivered in this city on the late Fast Day, which the heavy demand upon our columns obliged us to defer yesterday: Broad street Methodist Church. The Rev. James A. Duncan preached a most appropriate, instructive and powerful discourse, to a large congregation, from the words contained in the 51st chapter of the prophecies of Isaiah, from the ninth to the sixteenth verses inclusive. "Awake, awake, put on strength, O arm of the Lo that. We shall meet in a better land" After a time, and almost his last words, he said, "If I could only see my mother and get her last kiss. I would willingly die and go up yonder to a sweet little sister we buried six short months ago. Oh, Mr. Duncan, wouldn't that be Grand — wouldn't that be Grand." The name of this young hero who thus quested not before the last enemy, is George Whitfield Stevens, of Savannah, Ga., a member of the Oglethorpe Infantry, and of the immortal Eighth Regim