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VERDICT, NOVEMBER 11TH.—"The inquest on the body of Albert Edward Johns, the child of R. Johns, tailor, of 7 Morley-street, Plymouth, who was burnt to death the previous day, was held yesterday at the Cambridge Inn, before J. Edmunds, Esq., coroner. It was shewn that the deceased, in the absence of its mother, must have lit some matches which were on the table, and thus set fire to the room. The jury, by their foreman, Mr. Rolestone, in returning a verdict of Accidental Death,' recommendedthe use of Bryant and May's Special Safety Matches, which light only by friction on the box in which they are contained. In this the coroner concurred."

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