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 - Loss city damage rivers com - aiur - wind...
Loss city damage rivers com - aiur - wind gather have which Loss or Lire In the midst c( all these occurrences, we regret to note the lor s of life by an individual while walking tbe streets nnconcious ol dan ger. During tlie gale Mr. John S. F. Rsndolpb, one of the firm of Morse & Randolph, - dealers in flour, No. 1 West street, while passing along the west side cf Chatham street in fioat of Mr. flutch - i - is's shoe store, was suddenly killed by a blow on the head from a piece ot awning post occasioned by the violence of the wind. Although medical aid was at hand instantly, nothing could be done to re store animation. His death was instantaneous. A coroners jury rendered a verdict ol accidental death. Truly, " in the midst of life, we are in death."

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  1. The Evening Post,
  2. 28 Jan 1839, Mon,
  3. Page 2

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