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Wreck.

--The Philadelphia brigantine Black Squall, Capt. King, from St. Jagoda, Cuba, loaded with sugar, and the most of the appurtenances of Nixon's Royal Circus, which exhibited at Richmond last November, was wrecked on the breakers off Ocracoke, N. C. , at two o'clock A. M., April 9th. Everything a total loss. One of the performers, Wm. Nixon, and a colored sailor, was drowned. The Captain and two others got broken legs; the rest rescued with slight bruises.

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