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The Daily Dispatch: September 23, 1863., [Electronic resource], Secretary Seward's circular--British opinion of his position and Arguments. (search)
Accident. --Yesterday afternoon, between 1 and 2 o'clock, a negro wagon driver, named Bob Allen, fell from the porch leading from the street to the residence over the store of Mr. John O. Taylor, on the corner of Locust Alley and Main street. His injuries were quite severe, consisting of a fracture of the skull bone and the knocking out of several of his teeth. He was attempting at the time to hoist up some boxes, when, losing his balance, he fell headforemost to the brick pavement below, a distance of not less than 12 feet. Prompt medical attention was afforded him, after which he was taken to his residence.
Dead. --Bob Allen; the negro wagon driver, who fell from the porch of the residence at the corner of Locust alley and Main street on Tuesday, died yesterday from his injuries.