28 JULY 1855, Page 2

The Caradoe arrived at Bristol on Tuesday, and next day

the body of Lord Raglan was borne to Badminton for burial among his fathers of the house of Somerset. The kindred and staff of the deceased, the Corporation of Bristol, a vast assemblage of his na- tive county, soldiers whom he had led to battle in this war and veterans who had shared the victories of his great master,—such were the materials of a procession, homely indeed, but full of ear- nest feeling. And thus a long life of devoted service has ended, and to many other noble victims of the war is added one whose virtues will be long remembered in every army, whether friend or foe, that now fights around Sebastopol.