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--One of the finest of the Michigan regiments, under Col. Williams, marched through Washington by moonlight Monday night, one way to Burnside's division. As the men were reading near the Penitentiary some villains shot one the members of the regiment dead as he stood the ranks. The shot came from a neighboring corn field, and two notorious rebel sympathize who were seen to emerge from it soon after it horrible deed was done, were at once arrested the charge of murder.--N. Y. Express.

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