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Death of a Survivor of Moscow and Austerlitz. --Michael Kersher died in Flagstaff (Me.) on the 12th ult., aged 85 years and 6 months. The Farmington Patriot, of the 28d ult., says: "The deceased was a soldier in the armies of France for fourteen years and nine months, and served under Napoleon Bonaparte in his campaign in Italy, Spain, Austria, Germany, Prussia and Russia; was in the battles of Moscow, Austerlitz, and several others. He was wounded severely three times — once in the was a soldier in the armies of France for fourteen years and nine months, and served under Napoleon Bonaparte in his campaign in Italy, Spain, Austria, Germany, Prussia and Russia; was in the battles of Moscow, Austerlitz, and several others. He was wounded severely three times — once in the head by a bullet, once by the stroke of a cutlass on the head, and once by a bayonet thrust through the thigh. Three years of his services were spent in the artillery and the remainder in the cavalry.