"who near this town had both his legs severed from his body by the Railway Train. With the greatest fortitude bore a second amputation by the surgeons and died from loss of blood."
"Bright rose the morn, and vig'rous poor Port,
Gay on the Train he used his wonted sport.
Ere noon arrived his mangled form they bore
With pain distorted and o'erwhelmed with gore.
When evening came to close the fatal day
A mutilated corpse the sufferer lay."