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Falmouth, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 19
Wood Burnt. --Mr. Brewer, who lives in Stafford county, Va., about five miles above Falmouth, lost from 80 to 100 cords of wood, by fire, on Sunday last. The wood was fired by some children throwing paper into the fireplace, which came out ignited at the top of the chimney and was blown to the wood pile.
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Wood Burnt. --Mr. Brewer, who lives in Stafford county, Va., about five miles above Falmouth, lost from 80 to 100 cords of wood, by fire, on Sunday last. The wood was fired by some children throwing paper into the fireplace, which came out ignited at the top of the chimney and was blown to the wood pile.
Wood Burnt. --Mr. Brewer, who lives in Stafford county, Va., about five miles above Falmouth, lost from 80 to 100 cords of wood, by fire, on Sunday last. The wood was fired by some children throwing paper into the fireplace, which came out ignited at the top of the chimney and was blown to the wood pile.