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The Daily Dispatch: February 13, 1865., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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Fatal mistake. --The death of Miss Ellen Shields, published in our columns on Saturday last, was caused, we learn, by drinking poison in mistake for medicine prescribed for her by a physician. She had prepared a mixture of sulphur, which was sitting in close proximity to some arsenic, the latter of which she swallowed through mistake. Miss Shields was an employee at the Confederate States Laboratory, and it was there that the unfortunate accident took place. Fatal mistake. --The death of Miss Ellen Shields, published in our columns on Saturday last, was caused, we learn, by drinking poison in mistake for medicine prescribed for her by a physician. She had prepared a mixture of sulphur, which was sitting in close proximity to some arsenic, the latter of which she swallowed through mistake. Miss Shields was an employee at the Confederate States Laboratory, and it was there that the unfortunate accident took place.