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FATAL ACTDENT NEAR DENB-,GII.-On Wednesday at Denbigh Infirmary. Dr. Hughes held an inquest on the body of Isaac Jones, farmer's son, of Sarou, near Denbigh. It seems that he was in charge of a cart and two horses, by the side of which be was walking. A friend was riding in the cart, who see- ing Jones's bat was blown off by the wind, jumped down to recover the hat. When be had done so, to his astonif-hment he saw Jones lying on his back on the road, having been injured by the horses' hoofs and the cart. Be was quite unconscious, and it was impossible to ascertain how the accident happened, but it is supposed he slipped and fell under the horses. The right legr was fractured in two places two ribs and the nose broken, and the face terribly disfigured. He died from these and internal iujur. ies at the infirmary. A verdict of accidental death was retuaned. v;

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YOUNG FOI.I{S' COLUMN. .-

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