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James Slater (search for this): article 29
A Distressing case. --On Friday last two children of Mr. James Slater, Jr., respectively five and three years of age, were playing on the side walk in front of their father's door, on Broadway, near Pratt street, when the eldest told the youngest to jump down into the cellar, the door of which was open, which he did. The back, the door of which was open, which he did. The back part of the child's head struck the lower step, and the skull was fractured. At first the injuries were thought to be slight, as the child did not complain. It lingered until Sunday, when it expired. Mr. and Mrs. Slater are both absent from the city.--The Baltimore Exchange. , the door of which was open, which he did. The back part of the child's head struck the lower step, and the skull was fractured. At first the injuries were thought to be slight, as the child did not complain. It lingered until Sunday, when it expired. Mr. and Mrs. Slater are both absent from the city.--The Baltimore Exchange.