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M SUDDEN DEATH.—An inquest was held at the King'* Arms Inn, Hakin, on Thursday, before the Coroner, W. V. James, Esq, touching the death of John Cobley, a seaman, aged 54 yenrs. The deceased was engaged on board the 4 Elise.' which traded between Milford and Dublin. On Tuesday week, about one o'clock at mid- day, he made a hearty dinner, and half an hour later, when near Skomer Island, he dropped down insensible. Two of the crew carried the deceased to his berth, where he died in about two hours afterwards. The jury, after hearing the evidence, returned a verdict that the deceased died of apoplexy.

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