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The Daily Dispatch: April 1, 1864., [Electronic resource] 7 1 Browse Search
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Death of Mrs. Boone. --Mrs. Boone, the wife of the Rev. Bishop Boone, of the Protestant Episcopal Church in China, died at Suez, while on her way to this country for the benefit of her health.--She was buried at Suez, the services of the ChurchMrs. Boone, the wife of the Rev. Bishop Boone, of the Protestant Episcopal Church in China, died at Suez, while on her way to this country for the benefit of her health.--She was buried at Suez, the services of the Church being read by the British Consul. Mrs. Boone was a native of South Carolina. the Rev. Bishop Boone, of the Protestant Episcopal Church in China, died at Suez, while on her way to this country for the benefit of her health.--She was buried at Suez, the services of the Church being read by the British Consul. Mrs. Boone was a native of South Carolina. he Protestant Episcopal Church in China, died at Suez, while on her way to this country for the benefit of her health.--She was buried at Suez, the services of the Church being read by the British Consul. Mrs. Boone was a native of South Carolina.