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SCALDED TO DEATH. I

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SCALDED TO DEATH. I Mr. W. W. Brodie conducted an inquest at Ammanford on Monday, touching the death of Griffith. John Davies, Glynderwen, Bettws. a. child, eighteen months old, who died, on Friday morning. George Davies, collier, father of the (le- ceased said, that on March 20th. while he was upstairs, he. heard the (](,,coiserl (.i-y"i,-ig in its mother's arms, having been scalded on. the neck. Mary Ann Davies, "mother of the deceased, said that on the morning in question she took the teapot from the hob, and poured out a- cup of tea on the table. The deceased was then a couple of yards away. While she waj putting back the teapot, she heard the child scream, and found on enquiry what was the matter— that he had upset the tea over himself, and scalded his neck. Dr. n. H. Price said death was due to con- vulsions, accelerated by the scald. The jury returned, a verdict that deceased was accidentally scalded.

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