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 - . OCTOBER 10.i 1549: which wa were told wen...
. OCTOBER 10.i 1549: which wa were told wen Polios, was not repulsed, it was fair to presume that tha notar had riven war. Still the dangerous missiles flaw in showers, aad at this time, one or two engines snd hose companies Lbs MoyameDsinC and Hope, as we were wormed-- wen siertinr themselves to extinguish the tames. The whole eoeae wm barful aad mournful a souiue of real sorrow to every Phtladelphiaa. At the corners of all the street for many squares, were groups of eitisens assembled, anxious for the latest lntelu-genee, and mourning over the insecurity of life snd pro pony in tost portion ol our metropolis. "STILL LATER. The Military Called Out. Barney Himmelwright, a member of Good Will Hose, is renorted to hara keen shot thronrh the heart. ' Two other firemen aansaroiulv wnnnded- one ill the head and one in the side. A third wounded in the leg. The militarr was called ont at midnie-ht. and sev- erai companies made their appears nee on the ground at one o'clock this morning. As late as two o'clock this morning, there was still an immense erowdof people. The militarr remained on the ground.

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  1. The Evening Post,
  2. 10 Oct 1849, Wed,
  3. Page 3

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