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--We are requested by Mr. Herbert V. Graves to say that Mrs. General Johnston, after the accident on Thursday evening, was brought to the city on a car kindly furnished by Mr. Saunders, and that he (Mr. G.) came on with her, leaving Mrs. Davis and the rest of the party awaiting the arrival of a carriage which had been tendered by Mr. Shine. In our first notice of the accident, it was stated that after the President's carriage was upset the ladies were brought back to the city by Mr. Graves in another conveyance.

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