ANOTHER REVOLUTIONARY IIERO GONE? rw,t nn Sunday last, at 5 o'clock, A.M., JOHN GUTHRIE, (of this city,) a soldier ofthe Revo- Revo- ITa was born in Carlisle, l ennsyivama on the 1 1th January, 1739 volunteered asa soldier non Armstrong, from Carlisle, in 1774, and UUUt-l UUUt-l UUUt-l - O ' - . . a-ain. a-ain. a-ain. under Gen. Lacey.in 170; and continued battling against his country's foes, until lit -J.wlien -J.wlien i.;. ,-ij ,-ij ,-ij r.mnllpd hnn to leave the service Mis ijiaii."-. ijiaii."-. ijiaii."-. - - ( He invariably sustained the character of a orav honest man. On Sunday evenin i'romnins wtrc followed to the grave by a larg concourse of citizens, and altendeJ by upwards o 150 members c-f c-f c-f the volunteer corps cf this ciiy Democrat.