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Death of Bishop Meade. The whole religions community of the South will be deeply grieved to learn of the death of the vanerable Bishop Meade, of Virginia, whish took place in this city yesterday morning. A Virginian of the olden time, descended from one of our most ancient families, and united by close-ties of consanguinity with others Illustrious in Virginia's historis annals, he was as fine a specimen of the Virginia gentleman of the olden time, and of what is better and nobler, the conBishop Meade, of Virginia, whish took place in this city yesterday morning. A Virginian of the olden time, descended from one of our most ancient families, and united by close-ties of consanguinity with others Illustrious in Virginia's historis annals, he was as fine a specimen of the Virginia gentleman of the olden time, and of what is better and nobler, the conscientious Christian minister as we have ever seen. A man of more exemplary and almost austere virtue, we never knew. A man of loftier moral and physical courage never led armies to victory. A more generous, humble, and self-sacrificing character, is not recorded in the annals of our country. The signal and remarkable proof of this will at once recur to those who are acquainted with his private life. In the omited sphere of a Christian Bishop he was unblameable, and in the character of a Ch