|Died at the residence of his father in Munster township, this county of chronic diarrhea, contracted in the army, on the 26th ult., Richard Kaylor, formerly a member of Co. H, 28th Penna. Vols. The deceased was among the first to respond to the call of his country at the breaking out of the rebellion, enlisting in Co. G, Capt. Carroll, 10th Penna. Vols., for three months service. He served this term with honor and subsequently when the rebellion began to assume a more threatening aspect, he again shouldered his musket and proved his devotion to his country on many a bloody field. Peace to his ashes.