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Cambridge Md (search for this): article 19
Deaths from Poison. --On Sunday morning last, three soldiers belonging to Company G, of the Delaware Regiment, while confined in the guard-house for some misconduct, es ded in the possession of another soldier confined with them a small bottle, containing as they supposed whiskey, which they drank. The bottle contained tinctures of and two deadly poisons, which produced the death of two of them, named Samuel D. Bracev and Gottlieh Grisstager, in less than three hours. The third soldier narrowly escaped. He has now nearly recovered.--Cambridge Md.) Dem.
Samuel D. Bracev (search for this): article 19
Deaths from Poison. --On Sunday morning last, three soldiers belonging to Company G, of the Delaware Regiment, while confined in the guard-house for some misconduct, es ded in the possession of another soldier confined with them a small bottle, containing as they supposed whiskey, which they drank. The bottle contained tinctures of and two deadly poisons, which produced the death of two of them, named Samuel D. Bracev and Gottlieh Grisstager, in less than three hours. The third soldier narrowly escaped. He has now nearly recovered.--Cambridge Md.) Dem.