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Estate for Hospital.
—By the will of the late Wolcott B. Manwaring of Baltimore, practically his entire estate, valued at about $150,000, is left to establish and maintain a children's hospital in the Manwaring homestead, New London.
Injured, Asks Damages.
—Dr. Morris D. Slattery, New Haven, who was injured by being thrown from his buggy April 7, by reason of an unprotected excavation in a street, has filed a claim against the city of New Haven for the damages sustained by him, his horse and his carriage.
—There were 1,347 deaths during April. This was 229 less than in March, and 30 less than in April, 1904, and is equivalent to an annual mortality of 16.6 per 1,000. Nervous diseases, pneumonia, heart disease and consumption, in the order named, headed the list of death causes.
Old Practitioners Honored.
—At the 113th annual meeting of the Middlesex County
Medical News. JAMA. 1905;XLIV(24):1937–1942. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02500510045014
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