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Daniel Webster in his coffin. --We find the following account of the funeral of Col. Fletcher Webster, and of the inspection of his father's remains, in last week's issue of the Plymouth Rock: The tomb at Marshfield once again opens wide its portals to receive the last of the sons of the "great expounder." The funeral of Col. Fletcher Webster took place in Marshfield on Wednesday. September 10th. The body was brought down from Boston in a bly ca isoned hears with four horses, Col. Fletcher Webster took place in Marshfield on Wednesday. September 10th. The body was brought down from Boston in a bly ca isoned hears with four horses, by way of gh m and South Shore. Several coaches conveyed his Boston friends from the E gston depot, while a large assemblage gathered from the neighboring towns. Rev. Mr. Alden, the village past of, conducted the services, the body resting on his father's writing table in the library, according to the dying request. A large procession followed his body to the tomb where the coffin was deposited. By request of Petor Harvey, Esq., and others, the oaken box containing the great statement