The Week

@article{TheW,
  title={The Week},
  author={},
  journal={British Medical Journal},
  volume={1},
  pages={201 - 207}
}
  • British Medical Journal
  • powder by any mistake, some might have been obtained as a sediment, and its nature incontestably proved by procuring metallic arsenic from it. In place of this, certain tests depending on colour were applied directly to the broth and vomited matter, as we gatlher from AMr. Thom's renort. As this was, if a case of poisoning at all, one of an accidental kind, there should have been some evidence of access to arsenic, and the addition of some powvder resembling arsenic by the woman wlho made the… CONTINUE READING