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The Daily Dispatch: March 20, 1861., [Electronic resource], Fatal fight. (search)
Fatal fight. --Two negroes employed on the schooner Thos. F. Dawson, of Richmond, got into a fight on board, at Norfolk, Va., Saturday afternoon, during which they fell overboard, and one of them, Ben Drummond, owned by Mrs. Anderson, of York county, was drowned. The other, Dick Brock, owned by Wm. Brent, of Richmond, being a good swimmer, escaped. He was committed to jail.