Account of Edgar Allan Poe's death and funeral as given by the Rev Mr Clemm.
When Edgar Allan Poe was on his way to Philadelphia to be married the second time he stopped in Baltimore where he met some of his old associates who induced him to drink liquor which so crazed him that he went-off on a regular debauch.
He was found in Lexington market, lying on a butcher's block
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