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--We learn that Mr. William H. Dixon was attacked at the corner of 7th and Cary streets, on the evening of the 18th inst., by three men, who robbed him of one hundred and forty-three dollars and a small gold pencil. Mr. Dixon had his jaw broken by the ruffians in three places, and was very badly bruised about the body and head. We did not hear that there was any clue to the discovery of the perpetrators of the violence.

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