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 - All eve table. books are the in part is soason...
All eve table. books are the in part is soason cen? the officers: F. W. 1'ayne lor clerkships; ex Judge F. C. 8. Hunter, for treasurer ; W. S. Grigsby, commissioner of revenue and If. A. Jones, present incumbent, for Common? wealth's Attorney. The schooner Mair and Cranmer, from New York for Norfolk, and owned in Tuck aboe, N. J., ha3 sunk near CobU's Island. A large amount of wreckage has washed ! ashore at Lynn Haven Bay. It is supposed j I that ull hands have been drowned. Capt. I ' John W. Budd commanded the schooner, j j which was built in Goshen, N. J., in 1S71, and hailed from that port. The trial of Ridenour, charged with the murder of young Broy, began at Winchester yesterday. The prisoner's mother was in attendance as was also the aged parents of been been on her go, er, tlie the nose

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  1. Alexandria Gazette,
  2. 08 Apr 1887, Fri,
  3. Page 2

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