er children became very sick, suffering from violent vomiting and pain in the head and stomach.
Becoming alarmed, Mrs. Clarke was in the act of sending for her daughter who had gone to school, when, just at that moment, she was brought home by Miss Allen, seriously ill. They were now well.
She had never imagined any unpleasant feelings between her children and Amanda; always thought they were on the best of terms.
Miss Betty Clarks testified that she was sent for that morning by Amanda to
A few minutes before ten o'clock divided the rest of it with the two Misses Maule, when shortly afterwards they all became suddenly sick at the stomach.
Did not ask the cook to bake her a cake; it was altogether voluntary on her part.
Mrs. Maria Allen--My daughter teaches school.
About 10 o'clock she came to me and said that some children were very sick.
The little Maule girls board with us, and they were immediately put to bed, when I applied all the remedies usually resorted to for si