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which will probably result in the death of a highly respected citizen. John O Taylor, Esq. It appears that Mr. Taylor had purchased a farm from Joseph Barnard, who Mr. Taylor had purchased a farm from Joseph Barnard, who had separated from his wife, but continued to live on the place, and on Friday the former went there with workmen to put up a fence. Barnard claimed some plank which they were about to use, as his own, and some words ensued. when Mr. Taylor took hold of him and expressed a wish that no difficulty might occur between them Barnardt into the house and got a pistol, and approaching within about three feet of Mr. Taylor, flied. --The ball entered beneath Mr. T's shoulder and glanced downwards intter the occurrence. Drs. Sinton, Berle and Terrell were called to the aid of Mr. Taylor, whose situation was found to be exceedingly dangerous. A consultation of phinquiry we have ascertained that the above narration is probably correct Mr. Taylor was for many years one of the magistrates of the county, and is well known as
Theatre. --During the first week of her engagement, Miss Josephine Guggenheim has proved herself a most available actress in the delineation of comedy, and this, with her personal attractions, ought to ensure her a heavy welcome at the opening of the second week.--We did not have the pleasure of seeing her in the excellent comedy of An Unequal March" which was produced on Friday and Saturday nights; but have been informed that her acting was really superb. To night we are to have another of Tom Taylor's comedies, called "The Babes in the Wood," a new piece, never produced here, and we predict for the handsome young actress another triumph.