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Death from Hydrophobia. — Mr. Bedford, coroner, held an inquest on Thursday at the King's Arms, Westminster, on the body of George Howard, aged thirty-six. According to the evidence the de- ceased was bitten about a month ago in the hand by a Newfoundlai< d dog; the wound bled a little, and was bathed with salt-and-water. The impression on t"e mind of the deceased was that the dog was mad, and that he should die; he went to a doctor, who ap- plied caustic to the wound. On Saturday last he became very bad. When his face was washed he began to shudder as the water touched him, and he died on Tuesday evening last. Mr. Henry Whatlow, surgeon, of Regent-road, Westminster, said he was ot opinion that the deceased died from hydrophobia. The jury returned a verdict in accordance with this view.