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Sudden death.

--Jacob Levique, an Israelite fruit and fancy article vender on Main street, near the First Market, died suddenly at his residence on Eighteenth street, between Main and Cary, on Saturday morning. He retired at an early hour on Friday evening; but at 3 o'clock the following morning was found dead in his bed. His death was produced by the bursting of a blood vessel, and when discovered he was lying in a pool of blood.

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