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! - .t, - r '.'..'l - !it" . ., '4;a, - rv Pelican. ;. - . . EAST FELICIANA. , ,v i The damage to corn and cotton in the parishes parishes of East and West Feliciana by the late ttorm may be safely estimated at 80 - per cent . . - . t ... . - . . . . - ,;... - , i. - t ... We have Just heard that the gin - house of J. Warren Taylor, Esq.. was blown down during the late storm, lolling several calves thereunder. Also the sugar - house, occupied as a dwelling by Mr. John F. McKneelv, was also blown down, the family being in it at the time. Strange to say, however none of them wero injured Re v. L D. Wall was at Mr. 'McKneely's - at the time and had his buggy smashed up: by the falling of the house. - - - - - -

Clipped from The Times-Picayune10 Sep 1879, Wed[First Edition]Page 8

The Times-Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana)10 Sep 1879, Wed[First Edition]Page 8
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