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The Daily Dispatch: December 25, 1865., [Electronic resource], The
Franklin street shooting affair — close of the investigation.--the accused sent on for examination. (search)
A case of hydrophobia. --Hermann Miller, aged seven years, on returning from school on the 6th instant, was bitten on the forehead, near the right eye, by a large Newfoundland dog, receiving a severe wound. A physician was called and the wound dressed up. Sixteen days after he was attacked with delirium, and finally tetanus set in, of the most violent character. Neither medicine nor food could be administered, and on Monday last he died. A postmortem examination was made by Dr. John Beach, who found several scars over the right eye and right side of the nose. Death, in the opinion of the witness, was the result of hydrophobia.--New York Tribune. And yet it does not appear that the dog was mad.