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The Daily Dispatch: September 6, 1861., [Electronic resource], Yellow fever and deaths on board the Racer (search)
Yellow fever and deaths on board the Racer --Her Britannic Majesty's ship Racer, Commander Lyons, arrived from Havana on Sunday night. We regret to learn that yellow fever, to a serious extent, prevailed on board. The assistant surgeon, paymaster, and engineer had fallen victims to the fatal disease since her departure from this post on the 2d inst. She had still upwards of thirty cases of fever on board, and was immediately ordered to Halifax by Commodore Dunlop.--After being provisioned she left for that place yesterday.--Nassou Guardian, Aug. 21.
M. Thiers. --A Paris letter says that M. Thiers was very nearly drowned on the 2d ult., while bathing at Puys, near Dieppe. He was carried out by a wave, and when brought to shore by a bathing man, who swam after him, had lost his consciousness. He, However, speedily recovered, and is now none the worse for his mishap.