1853 - THE RAILROAD ACCIDENT - LATER PARTICULARS.
Boston, Friday, Jan. 7.
Accounts from Andover this morning, state that General PIERCE and lady are now at the house of JOHN AIKEN at that place. They obtained some rest last night, and have not received much if any physical injury. The following is a correct list of the persons injured:
MR. NEWELL, of Cambridge, had his ribs broken, and is beyond recovery.
BENJ. KITRIDGE, of Pelham, N. H., one leg broken and otherwise seriously bruised.
The wife of JASON H. J. NEWELL, of Hillsboro, N. H., considerably bruised.
The daughter of MRS. NEWELL, had her foot so badly crushed that amputation is inevitable.
HORACE CHILDS, of Henniker, N. H., Bridge Contractor, head and face badly bruised.
F. D. RICHARDSON, a returned Californian, burned by the stove and bruised.
E. A. BAILEY, of Dumbarton, N. Y., thigh badly broken.
A. E. HALL, draftsman of the Phenix Company at Lawrence, badly hurt.
Among those who escaped injury were Professor RICHARDS, of Bowdoin College; Rev. MR. FULLER, of Manchester, and several merchants of this city.
MRS. PIERCE is prostrated with grief, but is comparatively calm.
The New York Times
New York, New York
January 8, 1853
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