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Coroner Sanxay was sent for on yesterday to view the body of an infant found lying dead at the house of its parents, corner of 19th and Main streets. It had died so suddenly that it was deemed necessary that the Coroner should be informed. We are informed that a wake, or some kind of similar gathering, was held at the house of its parents a few days since, and that it is likely some potation of a detrimental nature was administered to keep the infant quiet during its progress. This potat so suddenly that it was deemed necessary that the Coroner should be informed. We are informed that a wake, or some kind of similar gathering, was held at the house of its parents a few days since, and that it is likely some potation of a detrimental nature was administered to keep the infant quiet during its progress. This potation proved too strong for the little one, and so, after struggling for a few days, it died. Coroner Sanxay did not deem it necessary to hold an inquest on the body.