I was now face to face with the castle moat, which was, indeed, very wide and very deep. Alas! I could not swim, and my chance of escape seemed of a truth hopeless, as, doubtless, it would have been had I not espied a boat tied to the wall by a r... Read more of Crossing The Moat at Math Puzzle.caInformational Site Network Informational
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Conium And Calabar Bean

Sale Of Poisons; Scheduled Poisons

Detection Of Poisons

Potash Soda And Ammonia

Antipyrine Antifebrin Phenacetin And Aniline

Death From Cold Or Heat

Viability Of Children

Death From AnĂsthetics Etc

Arsenic And Its Preparations

Infanticide


Presumption Of Death; Survivorship





=Presumption of Death.=--If a person be unheard of for seven years, the
court may, on application by the nearest relative, presume death to have
taken place. If, however, it can be shown that in all probability death
had occurred in a certain accident or shipwreck, the decree may be made
much earlier.

=Presumption of Survivorship.=--When two or more related persons perish
in a common accident, it may be necessary, in order to decide questions
of succession, to determine which of them died first. It is generally
accepted that the stronger and more vigorous will survive longest.





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