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Suicide in Wilmington.

--The Washington correspondent of the Baltimore Clipper, of the 25th, written the following to that paper on the 31th.

A very painful case occurred here this morning, in the death by drinking laudanum of a young man aged about years, named Alexander Scott, a clerk in the Treasury Department. He was in the house of a woman of ill-fame at the time, and whether the rash act was caused by a of moral degradation or physical suffering or both; never, perhaps go in this world. What makes the he had an interesting family, consisting of a wife and three children.

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