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to time pass through New York on their return from the seat of war to their homes. The first meeting was held at the Fifth-avenue Hotel, March 31, 1862. Mr. William M. Evarts was chosen chairman, and subsequently president of the association, and Mr. William Bond and Dr. Maurice Perkins were chosen secretaries, and S. E. Low, Esearty will, with the refusal to receive any thing but thanks. At the final meeting of the New-England Soldiers' Relief Association, held Feb. 12, 1866, Hon. William M. Evarts, President, presiding, the following resolution passed unanimously:— Resolved, That the grateful acknowledgments and high appreciation of this assocoughtful kindness and care. Also, on motion of Hon. R. E. Andrews,— Resolved, That the thanks of this association are due and hereby tendered to Hon. William M. Evarts, President, for the able and efficient manner in which he has discharged his duties, and for the benefits which the association has received from his nam