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Dunn, Oscar J. (colored) lieutenant^overnor of Louisiana ; at New Orleans. Novniher 92.

Dvke, Charles ; engineer of the first steamboat on the Hudson river ; July 24.

Ellis, W. C; ex-member of congress of the United States ; at Munc^y, Pa., December 13.

Ewine, Thomas ; statesman ; at Lancaster, O., October irt, aged 81 years.

French, John W., D. D.; chaplain and professor of ethics and laws at Wrst Point military academy ; July 8.

Frivulsia, Christina, Princess Belgisjoso, Italy; authoress; at Milan, July 6.

Fuller, Perry ; politician ; at New Orleans, January 11.'

Gannett, Ezra S., D. D.; Uiiiversalist clergyman - a victim of the railway disaster at Revere, Mas*., August 38, afed TO yMsn.

Gardner, p. D.; Roman Catholic priest; at Brooklyn, December 12.

Gasparin, Count de, France ; author and statesman ; at Geneva, Switzerland, May, aged 61 yean.
Gervinus, George Gottfried, Germany ; historian ; at Heidelberg, March, aged 66 yean.

Gibbs, ex-governor of Rhode Island ; February 2U.

Gough, John Samuel ; father of John B. Gough ; September 34. i

Grote, George, England ; historian, president of the uuivenity of London : at London, June 18, aged 77 years.
Hftckett, James H. ; acjor ; at Jamaica, L. I., December 28, nged 71 years.
Hiirpending, Abram V.; State senator. New York ; at Pena Yan, April 23, aged 55 years.

Hawthorne, Sophia ; authoress, widow of the i .; N";iinaniel Hnwthnme ; February 26.
Herschel, Sir John W. F., England ; astronomer, May 12, agel "9 years.



Evening Journal Almanac, 1872. IGI

Higbee, Edward Y., D. D.; sssliUnt miniiter of Trinity church, New York ; December 10.

Xoward, Jacob M.; U. S. tenator from Michigan ; at Detroit, April I, a^.i 65 yean.

Hu(:o, Charles, France ; journaliit and dramatiit ; at Bordeaux. March 18.

Haywood, Xenophon ; educator and ioumalljt ; at Waterford, N. Y., December 20, a^d 72 yean.

Hacen, Theodore, Germany ; muiical critic and journaliit ; at New York, December 27, aged 47 yen*.

Jecker, France ; banker ; attattinated by the communiiU la Parii, May 23.

Johnston, Alexander Keith, England ; gro|;Tapher ; at Loodon, July 11, ^ed 6T year*.

Jones, David R. Floyd ; ex-lieutenant-eovernor ot tivw York : January 9,

Kelly, James ; ex -postmaster o* New York city ; at New York, January 10, afed 59 jravi.

Kock, CharlM Paul d«. Franca ; novelist ; Au^cust 31, aMd T7 ^can.

Kohl, John George, Germany ; author and traveler ; at Bremen, June 6, aged 63 Te&ra.

Konewka, P»ul : stthouatle artist : May 10.

Law, Edward, England ; earl of Ellenborough, former Rovemor-general of India ; December 51, aged 81 yean.

Lincoln, Thaddeus ; ion of the late President Lincoln'; at Chicago, III., July It.

Locke, Richard Adams ; author of the " Moon Hoax : " Febraary 16.

Loring, F. W.: author, massacred by Indians near Wickenberg, Ariiona ; November 9, aged 21 year*.

Magruder, J. B.: ex-oonfederate general ; February 19.

Mahan, Dennis H., LL. D.; professor of military and civil engineering at "West Point mOiUry academy; drowned In the

Hudson river, September lb.
Mansel, Henry LonguevllW, England ; author j July 31, aged il yean.
Mason, James M.; ex-confederate minister to Eaglaxid ; at Clareni, Va., April M, and T4 reart.

Masten, jurist ; at Buffalo, April 14.

Meroadante, M., Itixly ; composer ; at Florence, January 3.

Monroe, Roman Catholic priest, nephew of the laU James Monroe, president of the Ualted SUtM ; at Kew York, Ang. 8.

Montgomery, Walter, England ; actor ; at London, September, aged 44 yean.

Morgan, Augustus de, England : mathematician ; March 2U, aged 65 years.

Morse, Sidney Edward : joum.Miit and geographer ; at New York, December 23, aged 77 yean.

Murchison, Sr Uoderick J., England ; scientist ; at Xx>ndon, October SO, aged 7d yean.

Melville, Henry ; eminent preacher of the church of Ejigland, sometimes designated the " golden neoihed."

Omer Pasha, Michel Lattas, Turkey ; grand vizier ; September 6, aged 65 yean.

Pratt, Zadoc ; politician ; at Bergen, N. J., April 6.

Papinean, Louis Josepli, Canada ; state:tman, leader of the Canadian insurrection of I83T. September M, aged 83 yean.

Renforth, Thomas, England ; champion oarsman of England ; at St. Johns, N. B., August 93.

Richings, PeUr ; actor ; at Medina. Pa., Janaary 18.

Robertson, Thomas H., England ; aramatlst ; at London, February 3.

Rodman, Gen. Thos. J.. U. S. A.; inventor of the Rodman gun ; at Rock Island, 111., June 7, aged SO yean.

RofSel, Louis Nathaniel, France ; communist general ; at Versailles, November 28, aged Si year:.

Sanderson, Harry ; pianist : at New York, September 27, aged 34 yean.

Scarlett, Sir James Yorke, K. C. B., England ; lieutenant-general of the British army ; December T, aged 72 yean.

Schamyl, Samuel, Circassia; famous military chieftain ; March, aged 74 years.

Schultxenstein, Dr., Germany ; botanist ; aged 73 yean.]

Scribner, Charles ; publisher ; at Lucerne, Switrerland, August 26, aged 60 yearly

Skinner, T. H., D. D.: professor in Union theological seminary ; at New York,

.Slidell, John ; ex-conreaerate minister to France ; at London, July.

Sorel, Stanislaus, France ; scientist ; March Id.

Stanton, David ; auditor-general-elect of Pennsylvania ; November S.

Steinway, Henry ; piano manufacturer ; at New York, February 7. ,

Stewart, Robert M,; ex-governor of Missouri ; September 21.

Sweetzer, Charles H.; juum.<klisi ; at New York, January 1.

Symonds, Dan ; actor , at New York, April 23.

Sorso, Amat Di San Filippo E., luly ; Roman Catholic cardinal, bishop of Palestnina and vice-chancellor of the Holy Roman

Church ; at Rome, December 27, aged 75 yean.
Tatnall, Josiah ; commodore U. S. N.; at Savannah, Ga., June 15, aged 74 rears.
Taylor, J. L., D. D.; principal of Philllpps Academy ; at Andover, Mass., Jan. 29.
Tavlor, James B.; B.<»pliit clergj-man, corresponding secretary of the Foreign Mission Board of Southern Baptists ; at Richmond,

^8., December 22, aged 88 years.
Taylor, Edward T.; Bailors' chaplain, familiarly known as Father Taylor ; at Boston, April 4, aged 78 yean. '

Teg^thof, Baron von, Austria ; admiral of the Austrian navy ; April 6, aged 43 yean.
Thalberg, Sigismund, Germany ; pianist ; at London, April 29, aged 59 years.
Ticknor, George ; author and publisher ; at Boston, Mass., January 26, aged »0 yean.
Tincher, John L.; state senator of Illinois ; at Springfield. 111., December 17.
Todd, David H.; brother of Mrs. Abraham Lincoln ; July 30.
Totten, Gen. James, U. S. A.; at Sedalia, Mo., OcU.ber 2.
Tonoey, Mrs.; widow of Hon. Isaac Toucey ; at Hartford, Ct., August 13.
Tourgiieneff, Nicholas, Rnssia ; author and noble exile j In France, November 9, aged 85 yeart.
Tuckerman, Henrj- T.; author and essayist ; at New York, December 17, aged 53 yean.
Tustin, Septimus ; Presbyterian clergrj-man, ex-ch.wlain of the U. S. congress ; at Washington, October 28.
Vallandigham, C. L.; politician, author of the democratic "New Departure" of 1871; accidentally thot at Dayton, O.,

June 17.
Vallandigham, Mrs.; widow of C. L. Vallandigham ; at Cumberland, Md., August 13.
Wochtmeitter, Count, Sweden ; minister of foreign affairs ; at Stockholm, October 14.
Webster, Horace ; ex-president of the college of New York ; at Geneva, N. Y., July 12, aged 70 yean.
Wilson, William, England ; botanist ; Apr.l3, aged 71 years.
Winston, John Anthony ; ex-governor of^Alabama ; at Mobile, December 91.
Wisner, William, D. D.; Presbyterian clerpjman ; January 7.
Wolle, Peter, D. D.; senior bishop of the Moravian charch ; at Bethlehem, Pa., November 14.

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