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Tues. June 9, 1866
On Saturday, morning, after a lingering illness, borne with Christian resignation to the Devine will, Harriet, youngest daughter of Mr. John BOVEY, aged 28 years.
On Sunday morning, after a brief illness, Kate, youngest daughter of the late Hon. James FURLONG, aged 18 years.
Sept. 12, 1866
On Monday, the 3rd inst. by the Revd. D. MacRAE, Alfred S. BRACE, Esq., to Isabella, youngest daughter of the late Henry LILLY, Esqr., all of this town.
Per Jubilee for Boston, Mr. Richard BRACE, two Misses BRACE, and Messrs. Robert, Alfed and George BRACE. Fifty?four in steerage.
Oct. 2, 1866
An inquest was held on Saturday evening on view of the body of Michael McGRATH, labourer at Messr.s Bowring's, who lost his life by having fallen into a boiler of boiling oil. He lingered for two days after the accident, when death ended his sufferings. A verdict of accidental death was returned by the jury,
It is rather singular that this poor fellows wife and son were burned to death last winter in a house which was destroyed by fire at the South Side.
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