Lewis Lapham: Eager Heirs Used Arsenic to Speed Process
On Nov. 2, 1833, Plumstead village landowner George Bodle had toast and coffee for breakfast. Soon after, he felt a horrible burning sensation from throat to stomach, along with cramps, projectile vomiting and massive diarrhea.
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