THE UNIVERSITY OF LONDON AND DR. QUAIN

Thomas O'Meara
1860 The Lancet  
431 eyes a heavy blow had been inflicted during l'ife, as also on the upper lip, iu proxim'ity icit7z which parts considemble extravasation of blood existed. I pointed out these facts to the constable who was present, and directed him to inform the coroner of the same. On the following evening an inquest was held, when (the name, &c., of the deceased having been identified) the widow gave evidence that he left his house on Sunday morning, March 25th, about half-past seven o'clock, saying he
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