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Death of a well known man.

--It is said that Wm. Kissans, who. It will be remembered, was implicated in the burning of the steamer Martha Washington, some ten years since, was killed in the desperate battle at. Fort Craig. As will be remembered, he left Cincinnati at the time of the burning of the steamer. Assuming the name of Lockridge, he went with Walker in the Nicaragua expeditions. Upon the opening of the war, he entered the Secession army with the rank of Major, and met his death in battle.

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