10 NOVEMBER 1832, Page 14

The unfortunate Calvin Edson is no longer a living skeleton.

Dr. Scudder, of the American Museum, hasreceived information of his death, at his residence in Randolph, Vermont. The mysterious cause of his excessive emaciation has, it is said, been at length solved. The disease of which he died was tabes mesenteries, or tape-worm. The worm is said to have been twelve or fourteen feet in length.—Areio York Paper,