DEATH OF A VOLUNTEER.--The citizens of Oneida were pained to receive the news by telegraph, that ASEL W. PHILIPS, of this place was so seriously wounded at the bat- tle before Richmond, on June 27th, that he expired to-day. Mr. PHILIPS was one of the first volunteers from Oneida village, who left parents and a devoted wife, to aid in putting down this great rebellion. We hope his acts were worthy to find favor at the Throne of Grace. Means have been provided, through the generosity of Mr. S. CHAPIN, Jr., for having his remains brought home from Washington, for burial. Oneida, July 11, 1862. S.G.L.
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