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An outbreak of Cholera was announced in May 1832.
Of the 1,110 inhabitants 7 persons had died and 10 further fatalities were anticipated. At Eastgate, there had been a further 7 deaths
20 fresh cases had been diagnosed on Friday 1st June 1832.
The surgeon of the 7th Hussars, who had seen the disease in India, was giving his assistance, in addition to two other medical gentlemen.