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461. To the Boards of Health of the several cities and towns of Massachusetts, the undersigned have recently been appointed by the Governor and Council, to constitute the "State Board of Health" under an act passed by the last Legislature

463. To the medical and other correspondents of the State Board of Health, it is the painful duty of the Chairman of the State Board of Health to announce the death of the Secretary of the Board, Dr. George Derby

464. To the medical and other correspondents of the State Board of Health, the appointment of Dr. Charles F. Folsom as Secretary of the Board is hereby officially announced

471. Trial and acquittal of John E. Hathaway, M.D. of Worcester, in an action for alleged malpractice, before the Supreme Judicial Court in Boston, January 13, 1857

473. Trial of Mrs. Hannah Kinney for the alleged murder of her husband, George T. Kinney, by poison: before the Supreme Court of Massachusetts, Judges Shaw, Putnam, and Wilde, present : sitting at Boston, from Dec. 21st to Dec. 26th, with the arguments of counsel, and the charge of the chief justice fully reported : counsel for the prosecution, J.T. Austin, attorney general, and S.D. Parker, commonwealth's attorney : for the prisoner, Franklin Dexter and George T. Curtis

475. Trial of Thomas O. Selfridge, counseller at law: before the Hon. Isaac Parker, esquire ; for killing Charles Austin, on the Public Exchange, in Boston, August 4th, 1806

476. Trial of William Bushnell, M.D., Milton Fuller, M.D., Samuel Gregg, M.D., H.L.H. Hoffendahl, M.D., George Russell, M.D., I.T. Talbot, M.D., David Thayer, M.D., and Benj. H. West, M.D., all of Boston, for practising homoeopathy, while they were members of the Massachusetts Medical Society