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Refusing a Dying Woman

Post by Karen on Tue 26 Jul 2011 - 14:22


Yesterday afternoon Mr. George Collier held an inquiry at the Weavers' Arms, Baker's-row, Whitechapel, concerning the death of Margaret Anderson, aged 42, described as a hawker. The deceased was known at the common lodging-house, 11, Lower Kate-street, Spitalfields, as a hawker of fuses. Falling ill in the lodging-house, Ellen Kynaston, the deputy, twice applied with the woman to the relieving officer for admission to the infirmary, but she was refused, as the officer did not think she was so bad. Eventually the women went to the police-station, when the inspector, perceiving that she was really ill, sent her back to the infirmary, with a verbal order that he had sent her. The deceased was then admitted, but died on Thursday. The medical evidence showed that the cause of death was cardiac syncope, accelerated by destitution and exposure. Verdict accordingly.

Source: Lloyd's Weekly London Newspaper, April 2, 1882, Page 12

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