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San Augustine (Texas, United States) (search for this): article 31
Fatal Affray. --On Saturday before last, some misunderstanding occurring between David G. Harding and Robert A. Smith, of San Augustine, Texas, the former pulled out a derringer pistol and shot the latter through the breast, killing him instantly. Harding was examined before Justices Blount and Price, who decided it not a bailable case; whereupon he was committed to jail.
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Fatal Affray. --On Saturday before last, some misunderstanding occurring between David G. Harding and Robert A. Smith, of San Augustine, Texas, the former pulled out a derringer pistol and shot the latter through the breast, killing him instantly. Harding was examined before Justices Blount and Price, who decided it not a bailable case; whereupon he was committed to jail.
Fatal Affray. --On Saturday before last, some misunderstanding occurring between David G. Harding and Robert A. Smith, of San Augustine, Texas, the former pulled out a derringer pistol and shot the latter through the breast, killing him instantly. Harding was examined before Justices Blount and Price, who decided it not a bailable case; whereupon he was committed to jail.
David G. Harding (search for this): article 31
Fatal Affray. --On Saturday before last, some misunderstanding occurring between David G. Harding and Robert A. Smith, of San Augustine, Texas, the former pulled out a derringer pistol and shot the latter through the breast, killing him instantly. Harding was examined before Justices Blount and Price, who decided it not a bailable case; whereupon he was committed to jail. Fatal Affray. --On Saturday before last, some misunderstanding occurring between David G. Harding and Robert A. Smith, of San Augustine, Texas, the former pulled out a derringer pistol and shot the latter through the breast, killing him instantly. Harding was examined before Justices Blount and Price, who decided it not a bailable case; whereupon he was committed to jail.
Fatal Affray. --On Saturday before last, some misunderstanding occurring between David G. Harding and Robert A. Smith, of San Augustine, Texas, the former pulled out a derringer pistol and shot the latter through the breast, killing him instantly. Harding was examined before Justices Blount and Price, who decided it not a bailable case; whereupon he was committed to jail.