~On Mon. night last, Mr. David Bryant, an intelligent and
respectable citizen. Mr. B. has left an afflicted family
to lament their bereavment.
DIED-At the residence of his brother, Cyrus
Ball, Esq., in this place, on the afternoon of Friday, August 22d,
Mr. Perry Patton, aged 21 years. The funeral procession will be formed at 4 o'clock this afternoon and the friends
and acquaintances of the deceased, together with the friends of the family, are respectfully requested to be present.
~On Monday last, Cornelia, infant daughter of Cyrus Ball, Esqr., of this place.
~On Thursday night, William Monroe, son of James M. Bryant, aged one year and 3 months.
~On last Wednesday morning, Mrs. Lucinda, consort of Alan
B. Slaughter, Esqr. of this place.
~In this county on Tuesday last, Thomas Toole, Senr., a much
respected citizen, in the 61st year of his age.
~Died on the 18th inst., at the residence of Mr. D. Brawley, Antoniette,
infant daughter of Mrs. Close,
formerly of Pennsylvania.
~At Chicago, October 8th, Elias Doyle, formerly of this County, in the 27th year of his age. He has left many
friends and relations to mourn his loss. Stranger touch not the repose of innocence and virtue, for there lies the
fond hope of a doting mother, four fond sisters mourns his absent death, and two dear brothers bedewed his
grave with tears.
~In this town on Friday morning last, after a short illness, Mr.
John C. Chamberlain, an old and highly esteemed
citizen of Lafayette. The last sad duties tp the deceased were performed yesterday by a large assembly of citizens
and friends. He has left a wife and several children to lament their bereavement.
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