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The Daily Dispatch: October 29, 1861., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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ident. The Clarksville (Tenn.) Jeffersonian, says that an accident occurred in that place, a few days since, at the funeral of Capt. Beaumont, which for a short time produced some confusion and no little alarm. A musket, in the hands of Mr. Joshua Rice bursted and without doing any serious injury, inflicted some quite painful wounds about the head and neck of Dr. Acree. Mr. Rice's hands were also somewhat injured. Hon. W. A. Lake. This gentleman, lately killed in a duel a few daysMr. Rice's hands were also somewhat injured. Hon. W. A. Lake. This gentleman, lately killed in a duel a few days ago, had for more than twenty five years been a member of Christ Church, Episcopalian, in Vicksburg. The vestry passed resolutions expressive of regret at his loss. One of them reads as follows. "That deploring the death of Mr. Lake, and regarding it as a personal calamity that has befallen each one of us, we deem the occasion an appropriate one to express our solemn condemnation of that code of honor to whose false teachings our lamented friend fell a sacrifice." Commendable purpose a C