No case of cholera has occurred in this town or neighborhood since Monday week, the 12th instant.
The following report from the Mayor of Shepherdstown, contains our latest information from that place.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS.
Shepherdstown, Aug. 27, 1833.
Dear Sir— It is with pleasure I inform you that we have not a case of cholera at this time in our town or neighborhood. We had three cases last week, two of which were caused by eating fruit.—
The following are the names of those who have died in Shepherdstown, of cholera, within the week ending on this day, Aug. 27.
Philip Shutt, [?]
Miss Susan Crow, (from eating fruit,)
Mrs. Elizabeth Nottminger,
Miss Elizabeth Nottminger, (from eating fruit,)
Neighborhood— Mrs. E. I. Lee and 2 children
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