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Mysterious Disappearance.

--Mons Albert Fabre, a French teacher in this city, and more widely known as the accomplished translator of Les Miserables, mysteriously disappeared from this city on the 20th of March. For some days it was believed that he had been captured by Kilpatrick's raiders, but in the last day or two a report has been circulated that he was dead. We have been unable to learn anything satisfactory of the place or manner of his death.

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