My dearest wife,
Our darling has been easy all this evening but not better that we can see.
Dr. Jenns [?] has kindly promised to come tonight so if you wish to stay with your dear mother do so – that is if you think it necessary… [tell] Frank at what hour I am to come for you this
evening or tomorrow morning. Dr. Helmcken and Lim [?] are to come this evening.
God bless you dearest and grant us some comfort in this our hour of need.Back to List of 1870s Letters
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