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Sudden death.

--On Wednesday evening, 4th, about six o'clock. Mr. A. H. Kay, foreman of the printing office is the Deaf, Dumb and Blind Asylum, Baton Rouge, whilst at work in the office, suddenly fell to the door and died in about five minutes. He had been for some time suffering from disease of the heart. Mr. Kay was well known throughout the State as a finished printer, stereotyper and electrotyper, of New Orleans. He leaves a large family to mourn his sudden death.

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