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1879 The Lancet  
September last he was seized with a feverish cold ; afterwards his temperature became high, and the characteristic eruption of enteric fever appeared. He seemed to progress favourably for some days, when he was attacked with phlebitis, followed by rigors. His symptoms gradually assumed an alarming character, and he became unconscious and peacefully passed away on 21st October, at 6. 20 P.M., deeply regretted by a large circle of personal friends, the service of which he was a distinguished member, and the profession to which he belonged.
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