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Funeral of Captain C. Jennings Wise. --All that was mortal of this lamented and gifted son of Virginia was committed to the earth on yesterday. Upright, high minded, and generous, he was loved by all who knew him, and idlozed by the members of the time bonored corps at whose hend he fell while gallantly repelling the attacks of a vandal foe. His poul is with Him who gave it; his memory with his corrowing countrymen. The funeral was appointed to take place at St. James Church at 11 o'clock yesterday. The military escort and public bodies, forming part of the procession, assembled on the Capitol Square at half-past 10 o'clock, about which hour the honorary members of the Blues and Masonic fraternity proceeded to the Confederate Senats Chamber and removed the remains to the hearse in front of the building. The coffin, which bore simply the inscription, "Captain Ob J. Wise, 46th Virginia Regiment," was covered by the flag of the Republic and wreaths of evergreens. A few minutes