Sequels, Nov. 27, 1933

To news of bygone weeks, herewith sequels from last week's news:

¶ To the release of scraggly, dim-witted Richard Dana, 62, nephew of the late great Charles Anderson Dana of the New York Sun, and his guardian, Octavia Dockery, 61, daughter of a Confederate brigadier, once members of Natchez, Miss's oldtime gentility, who inhabit a rundown, goat-and-pig infested plantation, "Glenwood." outside Natchez, after their arrest on suspicion of murdering their neighbor, a well-to-do recluse named Jane Surget ("Miss Jennie") Merrill, daughter of President U. S. Grant's Minister to Belgium: indictment of both by...

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