Commentary

Disciples


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Sunday, April 6, 1890

     10 A.M. W. in bed still. Said he felt "rough." I did not go up to see him—only sent up Kennedy's letter containing the translation, which arrived yesterday.

     Later on, towards evening—having passed a bad day, his cough violent, hacking him much, he sent out for some good whiskey, got off the bed, and made up a stiff punch, which

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helped him, and cheered him into some conversation, as had not been the case in the earlier hours.


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