Baltimore Gazette and Daily Advertiser Oct 21, 1830
Submitted by: Anne Marie Willis
In Iredell County, N.C. on the 13th ult. Mr. THOS. ALLISON. On the Thursday previous, while in one of the pits at his gold mine the rope attached to the tub in which the dirt is drawn up broke while the tub was ascending, and precipitated it, with its contents, upon his head. The weight of the loaded tub was about 200 pounds and it fell a distance of 30 feet. His spine was broken by the blow, and his body otherwise mangled; but he lingered, in excruciating agony, until the Monday following, when death relieved him from his sufferings. Mr. A. was universally esteemed by his acquaintances, and his death will be severely regretted.
On Tuesday, the 19th inst. after a short but severe illness, which he bore with christian fortitude, WILLIAM HEAL, in the 64th year of his age. He was a native of London, Eng. but for the last forty years a respectable citizen of the United States. - He died as he lived, an honest man, beloved and universally respected by all who knew him.
This morning, (after one days illness), in the tenth year of her age, MARY ELIZABETH MOONEY, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Edward Money.
In this city on the 13th inst., Mr. SAMUEL STINCHCOMB, in the 28th year of his age; leaving a wife and one child to lament their loss.
At Port Tobacco, (Md.) on the 15th inst. of the billious fever, after an illness of nine days, MR. JAMES WILSON, Printer, of Washington City. His loss is much lamented by his numerous relatives.
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