"...to the hospital.
OCrDr. HenryGardner died a few days •go io Boston, leaving property worth from $600.000 to $600,000, half of which will probably fall into the hands of his son ex-Governor Gardner^—This oufht ... received by stepping into a hole left exposed in the street.
O^Mr. Gibbons was not killed in his re cent duel in New Orleans, but was dangerously wounded. He was shot throujib the
On Thursday ... their children in the confusion, and were in terrible agony, fearing that they had been killed or hurt, until the little missing ones were lound. At far as could be lesrned, however, no one was aeriooiily injured ... the southwest and raining.
Baltimore, July 2.
Charles Bray was killed this morning, at the Couer of..."
"...affidavits, c., before himself as magistrate.
Death cf Dr HenryGardner.—Dr HenryGardner died on Saturday evening, after an illness of a few weeks, at his residence in Park street ... , in the 79A year of his age. He was born in Ae old Province House, now knovfu as Ordway Hall, and graduated at Harv'ard University in 1793. He leaves a widow and two children—ex-Governor Henry J. Gardner ... of raising a bell for the Orphan House in Charleston, S. C., on the 17th, a piece of timb« foil and killed him instantly.
Mr J. II. Headley, a hitherto luspectable citizen of Buflialo, has been convicted ... of..."