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Death from lock-jaw.

--Randolph Thomas, the youngest son of Brigadier Gen. Thomas, U. S. A., aged about twelve years, died in Georgetown, on Tuesday, from lock-jaw, caused by having his foot badly crushed by his horse treading on it. His sufferings were intense.

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