Deaths from Flux - Mulberry
Deary Fjimily AlKiclion-i J Old .Mrs. White, her son James, and iwoi of her grandchildren "died on MulbciiT, in this county, 'a few days since, of d jx. A heavy hereave- ment tojsurvivinrjr fiiends. our cour As ah pvk eneo ol llin mvafos . -o ( ' k . . . .... . . . I n ' Cleat ll IS Committing 1U portions Ol i ,- i .1.' ii, ! lf "u l'J1f1,Ju u,u ounu.n I thisTar'tir Ct five individ- J . h .. . 1 L. J lialS.Whii TCSldeU WlUilll tWO miles OI I ... tr.-ii.., aJn i i each othr, ou Mulberry, of tjie; flux. : This diesasc seeini un.usally fat;d this season, and has found its way into mosl neighborhoods cf the bounty. bounty. Perhaps our own locality (Fay-etteville (Fay-etteville ind vicinity,) has been, up tothist'nnc, freer from it than any other sedtion. '