THE OBITUARY RECORD. Henry Eugene Davies. Henry Eugene Davies, who died yesterday at Middleborough, Mass., was widely known in this city, where he had built up an en- viable reputation as a lawyer. He retired from business about three years ago and went to his country residence, at Fishkill-on- the-Hudson. There he lived until six months ago, when his health began to fail. His doctors advised a change of scene, and he went to Middleborough. For a while his health seemed to improve; then a relapse came, and death followed a hemorrhage which attacked him yesterday morning. His wife and only son were in Fishkill. No ar- rangements for the funeral have been made. Mr. Davies was born in New-York in 1830. He was graduated at Columbia College in 1857. At the outbreak of the civil war he went to the front as Captain of the Fifth New-York Volunteers. He passed through the successive grades, and in 1863 was pro- moted to the rank of Brigadier General. He served with distinction in the Army of the Potomac, and in 1864 he was brevetted Major General of Volunteers. He was sent to command the Middle District in Ala- bama in May, 1865. He administered the duties of that office until 1866, when he ten- dered his resignation and returned to civil life. Shortly afterward he was appointed Public Administrator in New-York City, and subsequently he became United States Dis- trict Attorney for the Southern District of New-York.