Constable William Raymond shot by prisoner on escort, April 14, 1866. WILLIAM RAYMOND, aged 28 years, a constable of the New South Wales police force, a native of Bishopsgate, London, England. London papers, please copy. THE LATE CONSTABLE RAYMOND'S FUNERAL. —The remains of the late constable Raymond, who was shot by a prisoner at Bargo Brush on Saturday, were removed from the police depot, Sydney, to their last resting place, Newtown Cemetery, on Monday afternoon. The relatives of deceased followed the hearse in mourning coaches, and coaches were also provided for intimate friends of the deceased’s parents. About one hundred policemen, in full dress uniform, formed the procession, and the cortege moved slowly on to the place of interment. The Rev. Thomas Smith, of St Barnabas', officiated, and delivered an oration, over the grave of deceased. The procession then returned to the police depot and separated.