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WELSH MARKETS.I

CATTLE MARKETS, j AND FAIRS.

OUR SUPPLEMENT.

THE COERCION OF GREECE.

LEGISLATING IN THE DARK,

.-----------SLINGS AND ARROWS.…

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If you require your PHOTOGRAPHS taken in the best style, at moderate charges, go to D. & A. HUGHUS, Photographers, Mold. Clubs, Schools, &c., by appointment. I • He idei tifiei the body of William Williams, Llvsfaen Witness attended to his duties b looking after the patients. This patient was put into the .-single room about a quarter past nine Oil the night of the 4fh inst. Before this, he was in the padded room. The patient was very restless all night, but had no fit-. Deceased was getting out of bed, and crawling to the door. They could not get him to keep the clothes on him. Owing to his being so restless, they altered their time from every half hour to svery quarter of an honr. He last saw deceased alive on the morning of the 5th, about twenty minutes to five he was out of b"d, lying on his back behind the door. They put him itto bed again, as usual; and on wrap- ping him up, they found he was dead. They then summoned Dr. Herbert, who attended the p,-ot;ent, but found he was dead. William Thomas Williams, assistant night at- tendant, gave evidence to the same effect. Dr. Herbert, in his evidence, thought the cause of death was owing to a sudden failure of the heart. He made a post mortem examination in presence of Dr. Cox. He said the heat of the room was 44 degrees. After the Coroner summed up, the Foreman said:—'The jury have based their verdict on the evidence of the Medical Officer, Dr. Herbert, as to the cause of death, which was sudden failure of the heart; and they have added a rider, to the effect that better provi-ion ought to be made for the heating of the ward in which the death took place, and thought, it wa" necessary that it should he carried out as soon as possible; and they were stronglv of opinion that extra clothing ought to be provided for such cases in future.'

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