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 Madras Deaths 1838-39

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Transcribed byPeter Schofield

Surname  Hayman    
Place  Madras    
Year  1837    
Month  October    
Day  10    
Entry  HAYMAN � In Madras Harbour, from the bite of a sea-snake, Mr Hayman, of H.M.'s brig Algerine. [Fatal Accident from the Bite of a Sea-Snake - A melancholy accident occurred on board the Algerine, off Madras, October 10th. It appears that a sea-snake, the bite of which has generally been considered innocuous, had been hauled on board with a boat-hook, and deposited in a bucket, in which act, or in that of attempting to take it up, a marine received a bite in the hand. The unfortunate man was seized with vomiting shortly after, and in two hours became a corpse. - Vol I, No III, March 1838]    
Edition Year  1838    
Edition Date  Vol I, No II, February 1838    
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