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William Douglas (1809–1877)

An old man named William Douglas died in the Hospital on Friday evening last. Deceased was admitted about a week ago, suffering from a stone in the bladder, but was too weak to be operated upon previous to his death. Dr. J. Stride, who attended on the deceased, after his death, extracted the stone, which weighed about two ounces.

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