--Friday, at Burlington, N.J., General Henry Seymour Lansing, died. General Lansing was born in Utica, and was a son of Cashier Bleeker B. Lansing, who was cashier of of the Oneida bank and engaged to mercantile business in Utica for many years. The deceased was a member of the famous Utica Light guards, which included in its ranks the cream of young Uticans. In the war for the union General Lansing raised the 17th regiment of N. Y. S. volunteers, which he com- manded as colonel, with General Charles A. Johnson, of Utica, as major. He was an inti- mate friend of General James McQuade, and among his papers was a request that he should be one of the pall bearers at his funeral. His son telegraphed this request to Utica Saturday, and General McQuade left last evening for Bur- lington to pay the last tribute of respect to his old friend.