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— —— I WOMAN'S BRITTLE BONES. At an inquest at Portsmouth on Alice Rayner, a widow, aged 64, it was stated that her bonea were so brittle that the slightest shock fractured them. She was unable in consequence to use her legs, and had to keep to bed. On one occasion, when she was nursing a baby, her arm broke, and she had also broken her other arm. her collar-bone, and a leg. She dared not put any strain I on any limb for fear of breaking. A doctor said the wall of the cranium was like a piece of paper, and could be I cut with a. sissors.

MR C. MEUDWY DAVIES I

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