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Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 2
Sad death. --Hon. Ed. Y. Hill, of Georgia, who was prostrated by paralysis while speaking in Troupe county, Ga., on the 18th instant, died on the 19th. The La Grange Reporter says: His speech was commenced in a fervent and eloquent strain, and after proceeding, perhaps, for half an hour, he began to fail, and in a short while became unable to enunciate more than short sentences connectedly. In this condition he sat down, and the audience dispersed while he seemed oblivious as to what was passing. He was assisted from the Judges' stand, and went over to a store and lay down, soon after which he was removed to the residence of Mayor Bacon, where he lingered until half past 9 o'clock on Tuesday night.
Sad death. --Hon. Ed. Y. Hill, of Georgia, who was prostrated by paralysis while speaking in Troupe county, Ga., on the 18th instant, died on the 19th. The La Grange Reporter says: His speech was commenced in a fervent and eloquent strain, and after proceeding, perhaps, for half an hour, he began to fail, and in a short while became unable to enunciate more than short sentences connectedly. In this condition he sat down, and the audience dispersed while he seemed oblivious as to what was passing. He was assisted from the Judges' stand, and went over to a store and lay down, soon after which he was removed to the residence of Mayor Bacon, where he lingered until half past 9 o'clock on Tuesday night.
Edward Y. Hill (search for this): article 2
Sad death. --Hon. Ed. Y. Hill, of Georgia, who was prostrated by paralysis while speaking in Troupe county, Ga., on the 18th instant, died on the 19th. The La Grange Reporter says: His speech was commenced in a fervent and eloquent strain, and after proceeding, perhaps, for half an hour, he began to fail, and in a short while became unable to enunciate more than short sentences connectedly. In this condition he sat down, and the audience dispersed while he seemed oblivious as to what was passing. He was assisted from the Judges' stand, and went over to a store and lay down, soon after which he was removed to the residence of Mayor Bacon, where he lingered until half past 9 o'clock on Tuesday night.
Sad death. --Hon. Ed. Y. Hill, of Georgia, who was prostrated by paralysis while speaking in Troupe county, Ga., on the 18th instant, died on the 19th. The La Grange Reporter says: His speech was commenced in a fervent and eloquent strain, and after proceeding, perhaps, for half an hour, he began to fail, and in a short while became unable to enunciate more than short sentences connectedly. In this condition he sat down, and the audience dispersed while he seemed oblivious as to what was passing. He was assisted from the Judges' stand, and went over to a store and lay down, soon after which he was removed to the residence of Mayor Bacon, where he lingered until half past 9 o'clock on Tuesday night.
Sad death. --Hon. Ed. Y. Hill, of Georgia, who was prostrated by paralysis while speaking in Troupe county, Ga., on the 18th instant, died on the 19th. The La Grange Reporter says: His speech was commenced in a fervent and eloquent strain, and after proceeding, perhaps, for half an hour, he began to fail, and in a short while became unable to enunciate more than short sentences connectedly. In this condition he sat down, and the audience dispersed while he seemed oblivious as to what was passing. He was assisted from the Judges' stand, and went over to a store and lay down, soon after which he was removed to the residence of Mayor Bacon, where he lingered until half past 9 o'clock on Tuesday night.