The death of this gentleman, the founder of Egg Harbor City, is announced. He died in Philadelphia in his seventy-sixth year. He was a native of Westphalia, and had a great fondness for establishing German settlements. The one at Egg Harbor, New Jersey, was founded especially in the interests of grape growing, for which its soil and climate were thought to be eminently adapted. Many of its pioneers came from Cincinnati. It has fully proved the wisdom of its founder's thoughts, as it is one of the most successful of grape growing settlements.