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The Boston Daily Advertiser of this morning contains twenty pages.
George Dawson, the veteran journalist, died at Albany, New York, on Saturday.
Another Irish conspirator turned state's evidence at the Dublin trial on Saturday.
The Ohio river is gradually subsiding, but the accounts from the flooded districts are very gloomy.
The number of persons drowned by the disaster at the diamond mines is definitely fixed at seventy-four.
The report of the Jenneatte board of inquiry, just made public, exonerates her projectors, officers and crew from all blame.
Both houses of Congress considered the tariff bill on Saturday, and eulogies were pronounced in the House on the death of the late Congressman Shackelford of North Carolina.
THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 19, 1. A. M. For New England, slightly warmer, generally fair weather, northwest to southwest winds, stationary or lower barometer.
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