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Death of John M. Daniel. We regret to learn that John M. Daniel, Esq., the widely-renowned editor of theJohn M. Daniel, Esq., the widely-renowned editor of the Richmond Examiner, expired at his residence, in this city, at ten o'clock yesterday morning. His illness has
ially, may be regarded as a public calamity.
Mr. Daniel was a man of uncommonly fine genius, which appear member of the old and well-known Virginia family of Daniel who have been residents of Stafford county for prob l classes of politicians.
It was not long before Mr. Daniel's name was known not only to the whole State of V is reputation, although not yet thirty years old, Mr. Daniel was appointed Charge to the Court of Sardinia, th ght, of the late Governor Floyd, between whom and Mr. Daniel a warm attachment, personal and political, contin ity until the day of his death.
The style of Mr. Daniel is so well known to the public that it hardly nee ous words, "nihil tetigit quod non ornavit."
Mr. Daniel, we should have mentioned, served on the staff of