Dinsdale, Matthew / Matthew Dinsdale papers, 1836-1897: Folder 1
Madison Wis 30th June 1845 PDF (2.3 MB)
I think I will write to Dr Abell and have him prescribe for this profuse perspiration. I suppose it is both a sign and cause of weakness. And then it renders me so liable to take cold. Walking up street will bring it on, or working in my garden. I try to be careful as possible I want to get my system _____d up and strengthened. You must not be surprised if I take work at ____ and you must not if I don't. Last Sunday I thought well I shall be obliged to quit. It will al together depend on how I am especially how my throat is. Quite a number of my acquainance are complaining of feebleness and ________, I think the weather now after the severe winter is very trying. It is somewhat sultry and close and we have much rain. _____ looks pale but keeps well.
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