Births, Marriages, and Deaths

1856 The Lancet  
Monday, the 21st ult., the graduates of Marischal College adopted resolutions in favour of the union ; and it was remitted to the committee to co-operate with the King's College graduates, and arrange a joint deputation to wait on the Lord Advocate immediately. THE LATE POISONING CASES.—At the close of a lecture delivered on Monday evening, at the Bristol Philosophical Institution, Mr. William Herapath, the eminent analytical chemist and professor of toxicology, took the opportunity of
more » ... to the state of alarm which had been produced in the public mind by the recent alleged secret poisonings at Rugeley, Manchester, and elsewhere. The apprehensions which the cases to which he had referred had given rise had, he said, been much increased by certain statements which had been put forth, and which, as he understood them, were these --that
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