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The Daily Dispatch: December 30, 1865., [Electronic resource], Interesting to Masons — question of invasion of Jurisdiction. (search)
ss to have been occasioned by poison. Mr. McLanghlin, who was the last to eat breakfast, was the most seriously affected, being unable to speak for several hours subsequent. It was thought at first that he would not recover, but he gradually became better, and last evening was pronounced out of danger. The other five suffered somewhat during the early part of the day, but at no time were considered dangerously ill. Besides McLaughlin and wife, the victims are Margaret, aged nineteen, and Michael, aged seventeen, their children; also, James McLaughlin, aged twenty-one, and Jane McDevitt, aged twenty-three, their nephew and niece. James, after eating breakfast, had proceeded to his work, but, being taken sick, was obliged to return home. A younger son of Mr. McLaughlin escaped the poison. He did not get up till some of the others were taken sick, and being obliged to go for a doctor, was prevented from eating his breakfast. The poisoning is supposed to have resulted from the coff