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Mrs. Wood, a member of the Metropolitan Theatrical Company at Buffalo, died, on the 8th, from burns received three weeks previously in a noble attempt to rescue a little girl whose clothes were on fire. Lanergan's theatrical company were recently burned out at Saginaw, Michigan, some of the members barely escaping with their lives. They are now at Detroit. One of the little band of five revolutionary pensioners lately remaining, Captain Alexander Milliner, died recently in Rochester, aged one hundred and five years.
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Southern immigrants in Brazil. New York, December 26. --Information from Brazil has been received that the American immigrants, chiefly Southerners, represented by Colonel Wood, have selected a site for a town near Ragnora. There is expected a flow of immigration from the late Confederate States.