DEATH LIST OF A DAY. Col. Harmon D. Hull. Col. Harmon D. Hull, who died at his home, 10 West Forty-third Street, on Fri- day, was born in Fulton, Oswego County, N.Y. He came to this city prior to the civil war, and in April, 1861, was a member of the Sixth Company, Seventh Regiment. He co-operated with Col. Abram Duryea in organizing the Fifth New York Volunteers, (Duryea Zouaves,) of which regiment he was commissioned Captain of Company A on May 9, 1861, and later Major and Lieu- tenant Colonel, serving with the regiment until October, 1862, when he was appointed Colonel of the One Hundred and Sixty-fifth New York Volunteers, (Second Battalion Duryea Zouaves.) At the close of the war he raised and commanded the Fourth Regi- ment, N.G.S.N.Y., known as the "Vet- eran Zouaves," recruited from the Fifth and One Hundred and Sixty-fifth Volun- teers. Col. Hull was appointed in 1866 by Gov. Fenton one of the three Commissioners to con- fer with representatives of the State of New Jersey as to quarantine jurisdiction. In 1889 he was appointed by Secretary Windom special agent of the Treasury in Europe, with headquaryters at Paris, which position he held for four years. He was a member of the Army and Navy Club, the Loyal Legion, the Seventh Regiment Vet- erans' Association, and other military and civil organizations.