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Source:  Daily National Intelligencer (Washington (DC), District of Columbus)  Vol. XXIX  Issue: 12041  Page: 3
Dated: October 2, 1851

DEATH:
     In Georgetown, D. C., September 30, Mrs. ELLEN O. FARRELL, aged 75 years, formerly of Donegaltown county, Ireland, but for the last three years a resident of this town.
     Her friends and the friends of the family are requested to attend her funeral on this day, the 21 October, at 4 o'clock, from the residence of her son-in-law, WM. BURNS, on Bridge street, between Potomac and Market streets.

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SENTENCE OF THE MICHIGAN RAILROAD CONSPIRATORS.
    
The twelve prisoners convicted of conspiracy to burn the Central Railroad Depot in Detroit were brought up for sentence on the 2tth ultimo.  The Advertiser says that when Judge Wing inquired whether they or their counsel had out to say why sentence should not be passed, Filley, Williams, Corwin, Dr. Farnham, Eben Price, Richard Price, and Lyman Champlin each rose and protested their innocence.
     The Court sentenced them to imprisonment in the State Penitentiary; Orlando D. Williams and Amni Filley for ten years yeach; Wm. Corwin, Aaron Mount, Eben Price, Richard Price, Dr. Farnham, and Andrew J. Freeland for eight years each; and Erastus Champlin, Lyman Champlin, Willard Champlin, and Erastus Smith for five years each.

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HON. HARRY J. THORNTON, of ATLANTA - This gentleman, whose appointment as a Commissioner of Land Claims in California we recently noticed, after being confined to his bed, at Willard's Hotel, in this city, for a couople of weeks, from an inflamed hand, proceeding from an accidental injury, was on Monday called upon to submit to the amputation of his left arm, midway between the wrist and elbow.  The operation was performed in an admirable manner by Dr. Frederick May, assisted by Drs. Miller and Stone.  The patient was under the influence of chloric ether, and awoke without having experienced any pain.  We are gratified to learn that he is now considered in a fair way for speedy restoration to health - Telegraph.

 

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