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The late Lieut. Earle. --The reader with remember the remarkable suicide of Lieut. Earls at the Exchange Hotel, in An reporter at that time employed in this office, noticed the event, in the local department a paragraph in which it was stated that the act was occasioned by insanity, which was hereditary with the deceased. --This remark, so unnecessary and heedless, no view of the case justifiable, attracted the notice of Mr. Wm. E. Earle, a of Lieut. E., and he soon afterwards write to the editors denying the statement, and inquiring upon whose authority it was made, This letter, in the course of official business, was transferred to the local de
wrongs of journalism growing out of inconsiderateness, without improper motive, which it must be confessed, occur too often, and which, in the nature of things, it is impossible fully to repair.
We very much regret that this paper has been the medium of it, and make this explanation in justice to Mr. Wm.
E Earle and ourselves.