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th, D. B. Tyler. Besides these it is said that some twenty-five were so badly wounded that after they reached Washington it was found necessary to place them under the care of surgeons. Police man Staylor, who passed through the cars at Camden station, states that a large number had their heads bandaged and many of them bled profusely. The jury of inquest over the body of Mr. Robert W. Davis, rendered the following verdict: "The jury find, from the evidence, that Ro. W. Davis was ruthlessly murdered while enjoying the privilege of a peaceable and quiet citizen, by a musket ball penetrating his left side, fired from the third from the last car that took the troops from Baltimore to Washington, that left Camden Station at 1 o'clock P. M., on the 19th instant; they further find that the shot was fired by one of the military." The funeral of Mr. Davis took place yesterday afternoon, at three o'clock, at St. Paul's burying ground, the service being conducted by Rev. D