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The Daily Dispatch: July 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], Barons for the President and Cabinet. (search)
Distressing accident. --On Wednesday last, George Griffin, about thirteen years of age, a son of Dr. Griffin, came to his death near Madison, Ind., under the following circumstances: Mr Griffin has placed his son on a horse to ride him to the barn, when the horse became frightened and started off at a fearful pace towards a Dr. Griffin, came to his death near Madison, Ind., under the following circumstances: Mr Griffin has placed his son on a horse to ride him to the barn, when the horse became frightened and started off at a fearful pace towards a fence. The little boy was thrown, and getting his foot fastened in the trace chain, was dragged along nearly a mile before the horse could be checked. The body was horribly mangled, the skull being mashed, and in one instance the point of a rail run nearly through his body. Mr Griffin has placed his son on a horse to ride him to the barn, when the horse became frightened and started off at a fearful pace towards a fence. The little boy was thrown, and getting his foot fastened in the trace chain, was dragged along nearly a mile before the horse could be checked. The body was horribly mangled, the skull being mashed, and in one instance the point of a rail run nearly through his body.
Seeking Sketter. --At a late hour on Monday night, some gentleman took to the station house a lad about eight years old, named George Griffin, who was found wandering about the streets, having no home. This child states that his parents are dead — that he came from Memphian, Tenn., with a party of soldiers — that he had no home and no friends. To ensure his future comfort the Mayor directed him to be put in the care of the Overseers of the Poo