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The inquest. (By Electric Telegraph). FROM OUv CORReaONDZrT. WARNAMsxooL, Monday. An inquest was held to.day by the Corn. ner M r. M'Cormick. P.M., concerning the death of William Grayland. Evidence was given as to tie finding of the body in the Merri River, at Grasmere, with both hands tied in front with a strap, on the end of 'hich were teeth marks. Dr. J. W. O'Brien deposed that he had made a post mortem examination, and had found no marks of violence. Deceased could easily have tied his hands with the strap. In his opinion death was caused by drowning. The jury returned a verdict that deceased met his death by drowning, but that there was not sufficient evidence to show how he got into the water.