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MURDER OF TWO CHILDREN BY…

Liverpool.

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Liverpool. The coroner's jury investigated a case in Liverpool, on Friday, in which they returned a verdict of "Died from Asiatic cholera." The deceased man, a carter, aged 35, had been much given to drinking, and being on Thursday night seized with purging and cramps, he went into a. oellar in Portland-street and died. He could not afford a doctor, but had a draught from a chemist. It was stated by the witnesses that in the cellar where this man died there was a child ill of cholera at the time of the inquest. At the workhouse there had been another death from cholera, another of the foundlings having died that morning, and two others were expected to die during the day. A found- ling child admitted on Friday from Milton-street, and two children who had been some time in the foundling wara, where they had been under the care of the woman Shaw, ■who died of cholera on Friday morning, were taken ill with symptoms of cholera on Saturday out m these cases the doctors hoped to prevent the itself serioTl3 form of the disease from developing

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