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|The Bodyke Evictions: Disturbances and Distress|
The two-page laboratory report below, compiled for Colonel O'Callaghan in February 1895 by Walter Thorp, attributes the cause of death in the case of the particular bullock under examination to be due to arsenic poisoning.
Analysis of a sample of bullocks entrails
sent by E. C. Winder Esq for Col O'Callaghan
received 11 November 1895.
The viscera when delivered to me were in a sealed sack.
Parts of the food exhibited the bleaching action of a mineral
It was found to weigh 0.77 grain equal to