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--At a late hour yesterday afternoon, an accident occurred on Broad street, by which a little boy, named Joseph C. Terrell, sustained an injury which subsequently necessitated the amputation of his leg. While the Camp-Lee train was ringing for its departure from this city to that place, Terrell jumped upon the engine; but, losing his balance, fell to the track, and being caught thereunder, had his left leg broken. At a later hour he was considered out of danger, though his sufferings were very great.

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