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--Yesterday morning, the body of a white man, dressed in uniform, was found in the Dock. Coroner J. P. Little, M. D., was called upon to view the remains, No clue to the identity of the corpse could be gotten. An undertaker who was called upon declined to bury the body at the price allowed by the city, and the Coroner had to superintend the interment himself. --This Dock should be fenced in. There is no commerce there now to be interfered with, and a man's life, even in war times, is certainly worth a few hundred yards of plank.

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