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DEATH WHILST UXVER CULOROFOIDL- Mr George Collier held an inquest on Thursday last on the body of Mr Francis Melli.-di de Putron, aged 58, a builder, of 3, Lower Gray-street, Silvertown, who died under the influence of chloroform on Monday last. Mr Basil Wood Walker, house surgeon at the London Hospitll, stated that the deceased was admitted on August 1G, suffering from cancer of the tongue, and it was decided that, with the consent of the' deceased an operation should be performed. On Monday last cliloi-ufoi-tu was administered to him by witness, and it wus not considered necessary to examine his heart. lie straggled, which was usual with persons w heu it was administered. The pulse then stopped, aud the deceased became livid about the face, and commenced gasping. Restoratives were tried, but without effect, 1 aud the operation was not commenced. Death ensued between five and ten minutes from the nine the ehio- roforni was tirst administered. The cause of death was failure of the heart's action, and this opinion was I conlirmed by a post-mortem examination which was afterwards held on the body. It was decided that, after a cousultation, in order to save the life of the deceased, it was necessary to perform the operation. The jury returned a verdict of death from misadven- ture,

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