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The Curse of Kindness
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October 9th, 1888

The Curse of Kindness
Hospital Director in Cursed Coma!

Mr. Charles Jameshill, Director of the St Mungo’s Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries, is reportedly magically comatose following contact with a cursed patient, one Mr. Orson Tuttle, 22, of Surrey.

A spokesperson from the hospital would not confirm the details of the assault, only that Mr. Tuttle and Mr. Jameshill were both in isolation from the public until the nature of the curse could be determined. Sources in the Department of Magical Law Enforcement confirm that aurors have been engaged, but the investigation is still in its early stages.

This paper appreciates any information the public might have on the subject.
Ian Pengloss
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