THE VERNON-STREET INQUEST.
VTIEDICT OF ACCIDENTAL DEATH. , The inquest on the death of the infant son of William Stirling, a wharf labourer, who Tesides in Vernon-street, Freeman's Bay, was concluded yesterday afternoon. The jury's verdict was that the child's death had been caused through the mother overlying it. The foreman said that the jury considered that the overlying was accidental. The inquest lasted for five hours.
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