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A Child With Two Heads.

There died at Lythe. near Whitby, a few days ago, a child with two heads. It was born three weeks or a month ago, and nn to a day or two before its death showed normal vitality. Tho two heads were fully and naturally developed, having all necessary organs. The heads were set on two separate necks, well formed, on one pair of shoulders. It had two stomachs, which merged into one body, which had one pair of arms and a pair of legs. It was of the male seif. Apparently there were two separate existences, for while, as the mother described, and as actually witnessed by a press representive, one * / peacefully, another was awake. They (or It) took food separately. Their voices, thougfc differently pitched, were W r * ononlous.

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A Child With Two Heads., Issue 7906, 14 May 1889

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A Child With Two Heads. Issue 7906, 14 May 1889

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