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Frightful case of hydrophobia. --We have just heard, from one of our citizens, who returned from Arrarat, Pa., of a distressing case of hydrophobia. The facts of the case are as follows: About two years ago Miss Sarah Low, the daughter of Lewis Low, a respectable farmer, started to visit a neighbor across the fields, a short distance, and after going a little distance was furiously attacked by a large dog, (afterwards ascertained to be mad,) who tore nearly all the clothes off her; but reaching a stone fence Miss Low succeeded in getting over, and the dog, in attempting to follow, pulled down a large stone, which, falling on his foot, held him fast, and Miss L. escaped (as she supposed at the time) without being bitten. A few months ago Miss Low was married to Mr. Townsend, and on Sunday, the 3d inst., while herself and husband were riding in a carriage to her father's house, Mrs. T. exhibited signs of hydrophobia. Mr. T. hurried on to their destination, and during the night M