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Burned to death. --Miss Lizzie H. McPherson, aged thirteen, daughter of Rev. Mr. McPherson, principal of the female college, at Memphis, Tenn., was burned to death on the 10th inst., her dress caught from the fire, and she was rapidly enveloped in flames, from which it was impossible to rescue her in time to save life. She died very soon after the accident.
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Burned to death. --Miss Lizzie H. McPherson, aged thirteen, daughter of Rev. Mr. McPherson, principal of the female college, at Memphis, Tenn., was burned to death on the 10th inst., her dress caught from the fire, and she was rapidly enveloped in flames, from which it was impossible to rescue her in time to save life. She died very soon after the accident. Burned to death. --Miss Lizzie H. McPherson, aged thirteen, daughter of Rev. Mr. McPherson, principal of the female college, at Memphis, Tenn., was burned to death on the 10th inst., her dress caught from the fire, and she was rapidly enveloped in flames, from which it was impossible to rescue her in time to save life. She died very soon after the accident.
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Burned to death. --Miss Lizzie H. McPherson, aged thirteen, daughter of Rev. Mr. McPherson, principal of the female college, at Memphis, Tenn., was burned to death on the 10th inst., her dress caught from the fire, and she was rapidly enveloped in flames, from which it was impossible to rescue her in time to save life. She died very soon after the accident.