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Sudden death. --Coroner Sanxay was summoned yesterday to hold an inquest over the remains of Josephine Denny, a boarder at the house of Belle Jones, in Locust Alley, in rear of the Richmond Varletles, who deceased suddenly yesterday morning without previous illness. It was stated in proof that the deceased had lately united herself in marriage with a man named Charles F. Denny, a reputed member of the Caskie Rangers, that before and after that event they had several disagreements, and that he left on Monday with the announcement that he was going to Baltimore, after which she became low-spirited, and commenced drinking to excess. It was at first thought that Denny had poisoned her, but this supposition gave way before the more plausible one that she had ended her life by excessive dissipation. This was the opinion, we believe, held by the medical gentleman who was called to view the body, which was that of an apparently young, hale and hearty female. The verdict of the j