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Crook, John (1797–1828)

A dreadful accident occurred at Liverpool on Monday last. A young man, of the name of John Crook, a millwright by trade, whilst in the act of breaking in a young spirited horse, was knocked down by the animal and kicked in the stomach, from which death instantly followed.

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