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An Incident of Exster Hall.

--A letter from London (July 3d) to an English gentleman' now adjourning in Richmond, says--‘"Anderson, the negro, is one of the great attraction at present. He was presented with a of English soil last night by Mr. Harper Twelvstress, the unsuccessful candidates for Maryl. The Rev. Hugh Allen t had blows with a gentlemen, and the Daily Telegraph' was rightfully abused."’

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