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KICKED BY A HORSE. Mr. II. A. Bartlett, of Pimpinio, met with an unfortunate accident on Sun day. le was attending to a foal, wvhen the animal's mother rushed at Mr. Bartlett to bite him, and then turned on him and kicked him in the sto mach. He was conveyed to Horsham, and admitted to Nurses Carroll and Cock's private hospital, where he was attended to by Dr. Foster. On in quiry last night it was learnt that, Mr. Bartlett was still suffering a great deal of pain resulting from the kick by. the horse, but was progressing as satisfac torily as could be expected.