Dr. Crone, ot Yorkville, S. C, has recently procured for Dr. John McLean, of Lincoln Co., N. C.) a specimen f feathers and a winding sheet taken from the body ot a corpse, supposed to be that of an Indian girl, found in a sulphur cave in Middle Tennessee, many years ago. It was found in a cane coffin, with the legs cut off at the knees and placed on the breast. The body is in a perfect state of preservation; the flesh very tough and free from taste or smell, and perfectly hard ; the feathers were used as an outside covering ; the bark canvas was the second, and enveloped the deer-skins which covered the body.