A True Foreboding

The Observer – Tuesday, June 22, 1909


In the course of an inquest held at Southwark yesterday on the body of Daniel Wilson Langton, 67, a timber merchant, of Hackford Road, Brixton, who was seized with a fatal illness last Friday, in an omnimotorbus, it was stated that in one of his pockets was found a card, on which he had written a request that, in the event of his being taken suddenly ill his wife should be communicated with. The wife who is engaged as a singer in Southport, expressed the opinion that the message was written in the omnibus when her husband felt the illness coming on him.


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