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The Daily Dispatch: December 20, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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a Coroner's inquest, held over the body of the murdered man, are substantially these: Mr. Jno. C. Cannady was inside of Mr. Patrick's house, and having started to go out, had just reached the door-steps, when he was fired upon and shot dead by Jno. Harwood, who was standing in the yard, but a short distance from the steps. Harwood gave his victim no warning, and committed the heinous crime of murdering a fellow-being without the slightest apparent provocation. The murderer made his escape as s inside of Mr. Patrick's house, and having started to go out, had just reached the door-steps, when he was fired upon and shot dead by Jno. Harwood, who was standing in the yard, but a short distance from the steps. Harwood gave his victim no warning, and committed the heinous crime of murdering a fellow-being without the slightest apparent provocation. The murderer made his escape as soon as the deed was committed, and has not up to this time been arrested.--Raleigh (N. C.) Register, 18th.