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1816 - Ate Hemlock
A Quebec paper of the 21st ult. says - On the 15th instant, two men, returning from Montreal, as they were passing along the river near St. Sulpice, eat some hemlock, which they mistook for another plant, usually eaten in this country - in a hour and a half after, they were both dead.
July 23, 1816
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