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City news  gossip - Tho weather is of the pleaaantest, and invites...
Tho weather is of the pleaaantest, and invites all out to enjoy tho clear sunshine and the keen bracing air. Plenty of outdoor exercise during such weather will jrive atitijjo to the cheeks more clear and bright than any paintbrush, and beautify tlia complexion better than all tho cosmetics in the wurld. Try it, ladies 1 Target Excursion Fire Engine Co. No. 42 of Cfew York passed ouroffice, this morning, on their way to Jamaica, to enjoy a day's target Biiouting. They were preceded by a brass band aud looked to be a fino active com ptiny. Six of tho Bedford Avenue line of stages were in waiting at the City Hall to receive the company. Fatal Casuality, Peter Cochrane, fireman in John Roc ') Cotton factory at Patchogue, Suffolk County, was iustantly killed on Monday, while in the act oT oiling the cogd of the water wheel - the wheel mctkingla sudden and unexpected reolvtiou, cccaeimied by an accumulation of water by the dips from tho pond gate, which severed his head from his body, between an arm of the wceel and a part of tho mill. Ann Livingston was taken before Justice King this morning, charged with being drunk and disors ilcrly, and breaking the windows of a tavern where fiie v:id refused liquor. She was sent to jail for a week. Tho first district police brought forth a man named Samuel Coles, charged with stoaling, bu' what lie did steal or who be stole from we could not ascertain. He was locked up for examination. A few drunken characters were disposed of in the usual way,

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  1. The Brooklyn Daily Eagle,
  2. 05 Nov 1851, Wed,
  3. Page 3

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