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Matthew Redmond, 35, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 35
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 4 Dec 1850
Date of death: 1 Jan 1851
Disease (transcribed): Medullary carcinoma of the liver, gall bladder, pancreas &c., also of the cystic duct, with occlusion at the entrance of the gall bladder
Disease (standardised): Carcinoma (Liver, gallbladder, pancreas, cystic duct)
Admitted under the care of: Wilson, James Arthur
Medical examination performed by: n/a
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: n/a
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Abdomen, thorax

Type of incident: n/a

Thomas Tool, 31, Bricklayer’s labourer

Occupation or role: Bricklayer’s labourer
Age: 31
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 18 Jan 1851
Date of death: 20 Jan 1851
Disease (transcribed): Rupture of the liver, left kidney & spleen. Also extravasation of much blood into peritoneal cavity & subperitoneal tissues. Fracture of ribs on both side. Pneumonia on right side. Fracture of sacrum & separation of sacro-iliac articulation on either side
Disease (standardised): Rupture (Liver, kidney, spleen); Extravasation (Abdomen); Fracture (Ribs, pelvis); Pneumonia (Lungs)
Admitted under the care of: Cutler, Edward
Medical examination performed by: Blagden, Robert
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This patient, who was a bricklayer’s labourer, was brought to the hospital in a state of collapse, having just been precipitated from the scaffold near the Chinese Exhibition, a height of between 20 and 30 feet. The ribs on the left side were found to be extensively fractured though the exact seat of the injury could not be determined, as there was much emphysema all over the sides & front of the chest, & when he somewhat recovered from the collapse, he was in too great a state of depression to bear much manual examination’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Abdomen, thorax, cranium

Type of incident: Trauma / accident

Julia Willoughby, 25, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 25
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 17 Jan 1851
Date of death: 21 Jan 1851
Disease (transcribed): Tubercles of brain. Softening
Disease (standardised): Tuberculosis (Brain); Softening (Brain)
Admitted under the care of: Page, William Emanuel
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This patient was stated to have been ill only a fortnight before admission, having commenced with vomiting & pain of the head. During the last 3 days she had been constantly delirious, talking incoherently & screaming aloud. It appeared however that she had been long ailing & always complained of pain in the head’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Cranium, thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: n/a

John Turner, 32, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 32
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 26 Jan 1851
Date of death: 5 Feb 1851
Disease (transcribed): Phthisis. Vomicae in lungs. Old adhesions, including of larynx, & glands of intestines &c
Disease (standardised): Tuberculosis (Lungs); Suppuration (Lungs); Adhesions (Larynx, intestines)

Admitted under the care of: Bence Jones, Henry
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This man when admitted had all the general appearances of being in the last stage of phthisis but the emaciation was not great and he said that he had not been ill more than 3 days. His face was full & florid & his pulse 110 & very feeble’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: n/a

Edward Taylor, 22, Gardener

Occupation or role: Gardener
Age: 22
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 1 Feb 1851
Date of death: 7 Feb 1851
Disease (transcribed): Fever. Ulceration & perforation of intestines. Peritonitis
Disease (standardised): Fever (Systemic); Ulcer (Intestines); Perforation (Intestines); Peritonitis (Abdomen)
Admitted under the care of: Wilson, James Arthur
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner and Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This man dated the commencement of his illness to his having been engaged, in his business of gardener, in pulling up some decayed vegetables, the smell of which was very offensive, ten days before his admission. He was seized with sickness, & found himself unable to return to his work, and two days after was attacked by diarrhoea which continued up to his admission’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Abdomen, thorax

Type of incident: n/a

Elizabeth Tomas, 39, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 39
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 28 Jan 1851
Date of death: 12 Jan 1851
Disease (transcribed): Pneumonia. Diarrhoea. Right lung hepatized. Ulceration of mucous membrane of caecum & peritonitis
Disease (standardised): Pneumonia (Lungs); Diarrhoea (Intestines); Hepatization (Lungs); Ulcer (Intestines); Peritonitis (Abdomen)
Admitted under the care of: Bence Jones, Henry
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Hewett, Prescott Gardner and Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This patient said she had been ailing about a [fortnight] commencing with cough, headache, pains in the limbs &c. 5 days before admission she had a severe shivering followed by great heat of skin, but not perspiration. She complaining of a feeling of general debility with loss of appetite and much thirst, & pain in the abdomen. The bowels have acted 9 times during the last 24 hours’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: n/a

John Harrison, 54, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 54
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 30 Dec 1850
Date of death: 26 Feb 1851
Disease (transcribed): Dropsy. Albuminuria. Heart hypertrophied. Kidneys granular. Fluid in brain &c
Disease (standardised): Edema (Systemic); Albuminuria (Kidneys); Hypertrophy (Heart); Disease (Kidneys); Fluid (Brain)
Admitted under the care of: Bence Jones, Henry
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'A man who had been for many years of his life a gentleman’s servant, and had been accustomed to drink very freely, but who had been out of place of the last 4 years. He stated that he had enjoyed very good health until 4 weeks ago when his legs had swelled, had become very red & painful & had ultimately burst & formed small spots of ulceration, which were numerous around the ankles at the time of his admission, with some superficial redness’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen, cranium

Type of incident: n/a

Eliza Palmer, n/a, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: n/a
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 6 Mar 1851
Date of death: 7 Mar 1851
Disease (transcribed): Burn of face & extremities
Disease (standardised): Burn (Skin)
Admitted under the care of: Hawkins, Caesar Henry
Medical examination performed by: Blagden, Robert
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This child was burnt very extensively all over the surface of the body with the exception of the left leg. Her face & lips were most severely injured. Respiration was laboured form the very commencement & there was great restlessness’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: Trauma / accident

Caroline Hannington, 11, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 11
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 15 Feb 1851
Date of death: 11 Mar 1851
Disease (transcribed): Wound of trachea. Inflammation of trachea & bronchi
Disease (standardised): Wound (Throat); Inflammation (Throat, lungs)
Admitted under the care of: Cutler, Edward
Medical examination performed by: Blagden, Robert
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This child, while under the influence of fear from a threat of punishment by her father, ran up stairs & cut her throat with a razor. The wound was situated just below the thyroid cartilage & was between two & three inches in length. Considerable haemorrhage took place from it, which was arrested under the influence of cold. Her voice was scarcely above a whisper. She was propped up in bed, & a wet linen rag was kept constantly applied’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: Suicide / trauma / accident

Mary Ching, 41, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 41
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 5 Mar 1851
Date of death: 18 Mar 1851
Disease (transcribed): Acute rheumatism. Fever. Pericarditis. Enlarged glands of intestines
Disease (standardised): Rheumatism (Tissues); Fever (Systemic); Pericarditis (Heart); Enlargement (Intestinal glands)
Admitted under the care of: Nairne, Robert
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This woman was admitted labouring under an attack of acute rheumatism. She stated that she never had a similar illness previously, that on 24th ult., during the menstrual flux she was seized with pains in her joints which had increased ever since, and on her admission they were inflamed, red swollen & tender. She was perspiring freely, the pulse was frequent & very soft, the joints excessively painful’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen, cranium

Type of incident: n/a

Ellen Copland, 60, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 60
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 18 Mar 1851
Date of death: 18 Mar 1851
Disease (transcribed): Ascites. Colloid carcinoma of the great & small omenta, mesentery & various other parts of the general peritoneum. The various viscera were apparently in a healthy condition as to structure, though congested
Disease (standardised): Ascites (Peritoneum); Carcinoma (Peritoneum); Congestion (Internal organs)

Admitted under the care of: Bence Jones, Henry
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This patient stated that her illness had commenced with swelling of the abdomen, accompanied by obstinate constipation of the bowels about 4 or 5 weeks prior to her admission. At that period no other part of her body had swelled, and she was not conscious of its having begun at one side more than the other, or of having perceived any unusual hardness. She had been under treatment, and thought herself rather smaller than she had at one time been’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Abdomen

Type of incident: n/a

George Martin, 20, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 20
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 19 Mar 1851
Date of death: 29 Mar 1851
Disease (transcribed): Fever. Blood fluid. Enlargement, congestion & ulceration of glands in small & large intestine
Disease (standardised): Fever (Systemic); Disease (Intestinal glands); Ulcer (Intestinal glands)
Admitted under the care of: Bence Jones, Henry
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte and Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This lad was said to have been taken ill about a fortnight before his admission, with cold, accompanied by shivering, & cough, pains in ‘his bones’, and also in the abdomen followed by diarrhoea. He had been confined to bed a week, had lost his appetite, and felt very weak. He had become rather deaf since his attack, had a hot skin, quick pulse, dry & coated tongue & much thirst’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: n/a

William G. Davies, 45, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 45
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 3 Apr 1851
Date of death: 10 Apr 1851
Disease (transcribed): Gangrene, attended by delirium in the right leg. The artery & veins of the extremity contained considerable semicoagulated blood. The heart was ‘fatty’ & very soft & pliable. Old pleurisy & tubercle of the left lung. Congestion of both lungs
Disease (standardised): Gangrene (Leg); Delirium (Brain); Disease (Blood vessels, heart); Pleurisy (Lungs); Tuberculosis (Lungs); Congestion (Lungs)
Admitted under the care of: Hawkins, Caesar Henry
Medical examination performed by: Blagden, Robert
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'The health of this patient had been failing for several years, & two years ago he was severely burnt, his habits were very intemperate, being accustomed to take half a pint of gin & two or three pints of ale daily. Three weeks ago oedema of both legs was present’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen, limbs, trachea, pharynx

Type of incident: n/a

Joseph Williams, 60, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 60
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 12 Mar 1851
Date of death: 12 Apr 1851
Disease (transcribed): Scrofulous deposit in both testicles subsequent to inflammation caused by a blow. Bronchitis. Tubercular deposit in both lungs. Old pleurisy on both sides. Fatty heart & liver & pericarditis. Enlarged mesenteric & lumbar glands
Disease (standardised): Tuberculosis (Testicles, lungs); Bronchitis (Lungs); Disease (Heart, liver, glands); Pericarditis (Heart)
Admitted under the care of: Cutler, Edward
Medical examination performed by: Blagden, Robert
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This patient was admitted into the hospital in a state of great debility, having suffered from cough & general ill health for many years, for the last 2 years he had been an inmate of a workhouse’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: n/a

Richard Nicholls, 50, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 50
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 26 Mar 1851
Date of death: 15 Apr 1851
Disease (transcribed): Ascites & anasarca, Contracted granular & mottled kidneys. Hypertrophy of heart without valvular disease. Recent pericarditis. Inflammation of areolar tissue & under the fasciae of neck about the larynx & oesophagus. Congestion & oedema of the lungs. Effusion into subarachnoid tissue & ventricles of brain
Disease (standardised): Ascites (Peritoneum); Edema (Systemic); Disease (Kidneys, heart); Inflammation (Neck, throat); Congestion (Lungs); Effusion (Brain)
Admitted under the care of: Wilson, James Arthur and Page, William Emanuel
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This patient was twice admitted at no very distant intervals into the hospital; first under Dr Page [William Emanuel Page] on the 12th February complaining of pain across the epigastrium & headache with some oedema of the ankles, and a very sallow aspect when it was ascertained that he was labouring under disease of the kidney with albuminous urine; and next under Dr Wilson [James Arthur Wilson] on 26th March with chronic rheuamtism, pain in head, & some confusion of ideas’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, trachea, pharynx, larynx, abdomen, cranium

Type of incident: n/a

Matthew Poynter, 40, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 40
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 2 Apr 1851
Date of death: 20 Apr 1851
Disease (transcribed): Disease of the kidneys. Pleurisy on the left side. ‘Low pneumonia’ on the right side
Disease (standardised): Disease (Kidneys); Pleurisy (Lungs); Pneumonia (Lungs)

Admitted under the care of: Nairne, Robert
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This patient stated that he had been subject to cough for two or three years, but had been decidedly worse during the last 6 months; his legs had only swelled a fortnight, and they had become in the last few days very much inflamed & very painful’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Abdomen, thorax

Type of incident: n/a

John Matthews, 26, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 26
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 26 Mar 1851
Date of death: 20 Apr 1851
Disease (transcribed): Anasarca & ascites. Enlarged & fatty heart. Dilatation of the cavities. Enlargement of auriculo-ventricular orifices, specially the left one but without much valvular affection. Old pericarditis & also old pleurisy on left side. Congested liver
Disease (standardised): Edema (Systemic); Ascites (Peritoneum); Disease (Heart); Pericarditis (Heart); Pleurisy (Lungs); Congestion (Liver)
Admitted under the care of: Wilson, James Arthur
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This patient was admitted with dropsy, the legs having begun to swell about a week previously. He had had frequent attacks during 2 years past from which he had always more or less perfectly recovered; and had begun to suffer much from palpitation and dyspnoea, which had become more severe during the last month or 6 weeks accompanied by cough’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: n/a

William Pearce, n/a, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: n/a
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 21 Apr 1851
Date of death: 21 Apr 1851
Disease (transcribed): Scalp wounds & fracture of the cranium, owing to a fall from a height. Also fracture of the sacrum & ossa innominata. Laceration of the cranial dura mater & extensive effusion of blood under both spinal & cranial arachnoid. Old pleurisy on right side & congestion of the lung
Disease (standardised): Wound (Scalp); Fracture (Skull, pelvis, hip); Laceration (Brain); Effusion (Brain, spinal cord); Pleurisy (Lungs); Congestion (Lungs)
Admitted under the care of: Tatum, Thomas
Medical examination performed by: n/a
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This man was brought to the hospital in a state of collapse & died in the course of half an hour. He had fallen from a great height & struck the back of his head & spine’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Cranium, spinal cord, bones of the pelvis & vertebral column, thorax, abdomen, pelvis

Type of incident: Trauma / accident

James Caunt, 25, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 25
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 16 Apr 1851
Date of death: 6 May 1851
Disease (transcribed): Disease of the kidneys which were greatly enlarged, mottled, smooth & having their cortical part infiltrated by a light yellow deposit. Enlarged heart with ‘granulations’ on the margins of the aortic valves. One of the flaps of this valve was greatly enlarged & broader than the others. Peritonitis. Pleural effusions
Disease (standardised): Disease (Kidneys, heart, lungs); Peritonitis (Abdomen); Effusion (Lungs)

Admitted under the care of: Bence Jones, Henry
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This man gave no very distinct account of the commencement of his symptoms. He had been ailing 10 months, had felt weak, & perspired very much, and had now been obliged to keep his bed for 2 months. Had had shortness of breath but no beating of the heart’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Abdomen, thorax

Type of incident: n/a

Catherine Linstead, 28, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 28
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 14 May 1851
Date of death: 19 May 1851
Disease (transcribed): Granular & atrophied kidneys. Imperfect paraplegia, also partial loss of speech following epileptic fits. Double pleurisy. Death by apnoea. Nothing remarkable in the brain
Disease (standardised): Disease (Kidneys); Paraplegia (Brain); Epilepsy (Brain); Pleurisy (Lungs); Apnea (Respiratory system)
Admitted under the care of: Bence Jones, Henry
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'The report that was brought with this patient was that since her last confinement which had occurred 3 months previously she had had 3 fits and that in the last which had occurred only a few days before, she had partially lost the use of speech; her mind was evidently confused and it was impossible to obtain from her any distinct account of her own sensations. The child was her third, was a seven-month child, and she had nursed it up to her admission’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Abdomen, thorax

Type of incident: n/a

Mary Hely, [No age stated], [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: [No age stated]
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 30 Apr 1851
Date of death: 27 May 1851
Disease (transcribed): Gouty with anasarca. Liver very granular, peritoneum thickened. Kidneys somewhat altered. No albumin in urine. Heart flaccid, atheromatous & calcareous deposits. Fibrous tumours of uterus
Disease (standardised): Gout (Joints); Edema (Systemic); Disease (Liver, peritoneum, kidneys, heart); Tumour (Uterus)
Admitted under the care of: Nairne, Robert
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte and Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'An elderly woman who had never borne children, was admitted with great enlargement of the abdomen & swelling of the legs. It appeared that she had suffered from cough for some years, which had become unusually severe since last Xmas, accompanied by much dyspnoea’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Abdomen, thorax

Type of incident: n/a

James Tyson, 46, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 46
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 27 May 1851
Date of death: 29 May 1851
Disease (transcribed): Double pleurisy. Pneumonia in lower lobe of right lung. Tubercle in the apex of both lungs. Incipient disease of the kidneys
Disease (standardised): Pleurisy (Lungs); Pneumonia (Lungs); Tuberculosis (Lungs); Disease (Kidneys)
Admitted under the care of: Wilson, James Arthur
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte and Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This man had been left in charge of a house after the death of its owner, who was his mistress, and it appeared that in consequence of being by himself, he had been much neglected, and his illness had been allowed to go on unheeded. He was reported by the person who accompanied him to have been delirious in the preceding night. His illness was dated so far back as the beginning of March, when it was said that he first suffered from pain in the chest which was followed by diarrhoea, and accompanied by some cough’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: n/a

Frederick Maule, 29, Coachman

Occupation or role: Coachman
Age: 29
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 14 May 1851
Date of death: 5 Jun 1851
Disease (transcribed): Pneumonia. Lung (right) universally adherent. Fluid over surface, and at base of brain. Spot of lymph, patch of congestion &c
Disease (standardised): Pneumonia (Lungs); Disease (Brain)
Admitted under the care of: Bence Jones, Henry
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte and Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'A coachman reported to be of very intemperate habits, who was said to have been ill a week, presented much of the ordinary character of delirium a potu [delirium tremens]: a foul, rather creamy tongue, quick pulse, great tremor in his movements & confusion of intellect; he had been very delirious especially during the past night’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Cranium, thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: n/a

Joseph Boadini, 71, Painter

Occupation or role: Painter
Age: 71
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 4 Jun 1851
Date of death: 10 Jun 1851
Disease (transcribed): Sloughing ulcer of the cheek. Diseased & congested kidneys. Sacculated bladder & enlarged prostate. Hypertrophied heart. Thickening of aortic & mitral valves, & contraction of mitral orifice. Old pleurisy on left side
Disease (standardised): Ulcer (Cheek); Disease (Kidneys, bladder, prostate, heart); Pleurisy (Lungs)

Admitted under the care of: Cutler, Edward
Medical examination performed by: Blagden, Robert
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This patient was by birth an Italian, by profession a painter, he had lived for some time past in great poverty, not having been able to afford himself sufficient nourishment. He was in a state of emaciation & debility on his admission to the hospital, & there was considerable dyspnoea’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Abdomen, thorax

Type of incident: n/a

Joseph Springhall, 36, Gardener

Occupation or role: Gardener
Age: 36
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 28 May 1851
Date of death: 16 Jun 1851
Disease (transcribed): Haemoptysis. Double aortic bruit. Extravasation of blood into the substance of the lung. Heart hypertrophied & dilated, & with fibrinous & calcareous concretions on aortic & mitral valves, these[?] being readily removed. Enlarged & congested liver. Soft ‘block’ in spleen
Disease (standardised): Haemoptysis (Lungs); Bruit (Aorta); Extravasation (Lungs); Disease (Heart, liver, spleen)
Admitted under the care of: Nairne, Robert
Medical examination performed by: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Post mortem examination performed by: Ogle, John William
Medical notes: 'This man, whose occupation was that of a gardener, said that he had been ill ever since October. His illness had begun with cough & shortness of breath, brought on as he believed, by being wet through on one occasion. Latterly he had been losing flesh & spitting blood, and only a fortnight before admission his legs had begun to swell. He was a man of dissipated habits which he alleged were due to the necessity for drinking beer when employed in the hothouse’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax, abdomen

Type of incident: n/a

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