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Shot while Straling watermelons.

--The Charleston Mercury says that on the night of the 10th inst., in St. George's Parish, Louis Infinger and Bird Merchant, a colored boy, formerly of Charleston, were shot by A. Salsbury, whilst attempting to steal watermelons from his place. Infinger was hit in the hip and not dangerously wounded, but, it is thought that Merchant is mortally wounded.

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