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Obituary of Mr. Dayton. --The Paris correspondent of the Baltimore American gives us a piece of Yankee news about the death of Mr. Dayton. He says: "The first notice of the event which appeared in the Parisian press was in the France, a journal devoted to Confederate interests, and was from the pen of Mr. Slidell, couched in terms of deep regret and esteem."
Obituary of Mr. Dayton. --The Paris correspondent of the Baltimore American gives us a piece of Yankee news about the death of Mr. Dayton. He says: "The first notice of the event which appeared in the Parisian press was in the France, a journal devoted to Confederate interests, and was from the pen of Mr. Slidell, couched in terms of deep regret and esteem."
Obituary of Mr. Dayton. --The Paris correspondent of the Baltimore American gives us a piece of Yankee news about the death of Mr. Dayton. He says: "The first notice of the event which appeared in the Parisian press was in the France, a journal devoted to Confederate interests, and was from the pen of Mr. Slidell, couched in terms of deep regret and esteem." Obituary of Mr. Dayton. --The Paris correspondent of the Baltimore American gives us a piece of Yankee news about the death of Mr. Dayton. He says: "The first notice of the event which appeared in the Parisian press was in the France, a journal devoted to Confederate interests, and was from the pen of Mr. Slidell, couched in terms of deep regret and esteem."