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--Col. Wm. D. Stuart, of the 56th Va. regiment, died at Staunton on the 28th ult, of wounds received at Gettysburg. Col. S. was well and favorably known in Richmond, where for some years he was the principal of an academy. He was a brave and gallant officer, and greatly distinguished himself at the battle of Great Bethel, receiving at that time a well-merited compliment from his commanding officer.

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