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RAPPINGS AND MEDIUMS.

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ALLEGED ATTEMPT TO MURDER,

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Sudden Death of Dr. Ferguson.—The death of Dr. Robert Ferguson took place after a few hours' illness on Sunday,_ au his residence, Ascot-cottage, Wingfield near Windsor. He was taken unwell at ten o clock that morning, and was dead at six o'clock. The late Dr. lerguson was in his 65th year. He re- ceived his medical education at Edinburgh, at the medical school of which city he gained much praise. He was elected a fellow of the Royal College of Phy- sicians m lo37, after going through the preliminary grades leading to that proud position in his profession. As far back as 1823 he had obtained the degree of M-D. at Edinburgh. The late Dr. Ferguson was a to the Queen, and physician- aocoucher to her Majesty throughout her confine- ments. He was formerly Physician-General to the 01 I Lyiag-in-Hospital, and was principal physician to the King's College Hospital, and also Professor of Mid- Iwifery at King's College. Among his written works of note, his book "On Puerperal Fever" stands pre- eminent.

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fCHARGE OF TAMPERING WITH…

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BOILING AN INFANT.