Accession: L11161
Editorial Title: Asa Gilbert Eddy to George Prescott, December 7, 1877
Author: Asa Gilbert Eddy 
Recipient: George Prescott 
Date: December 7, 1877
Manuscript Description: Handwritten in red ink on lined paper by Asa Gilbert Eddy.
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My mind oft reverts to you, and especially, to the conversation that passed between us, when last we met, we certainly never had reason to complain of you, or yours, but to commend. I only wished to set you right in regard to your questioning your own ability or leading your patients to do that. My Wife sends her love to you and your companion, and wished me to say, that since you were here she found a letter written by Miss Norman, the contents of which, caused her to think, that she must have recommended her, going to Dr Spofford, which fact did not occur to her, when you were here. Please name this to Miss Norman We have heard from Mr Smith who has changed his mind in regard to visiting us this winter, in consequence of his business in the south.

Mrs Rice has written to California, and I will write to you again, as soon as she gets a reply, which will likely be in the course of a week.

Yours Truly
A. G. Eddy

Mr Dunnels of Ipswich inquired of us in regard to your taking his case we should not like to advise but wish you to act wholly As Written: wholely upon your own judgment in the case we think you very capable

A. G. E

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My mind oft reverts to you, and especially, to the conversation that passed between us, when last we met, we certainly never had reason to complain of you, or yours, but to commend. I only wished to set you right in regard to your questioning your own ability or leading your patients to do that. My Wife sends her love to you and your companion, and wished me to say, that since you were here she found a letter written by Miss Norman, the contents of which, caused her to think, that she must have recommended her, going to Dr Spofford, which fact did not occur to her, when you were here. Please name this to Miss Norman We have heard from Mr Smith who has changed his mind in regard to visiting us this winter, in consequence of his business in the south.

Mrs Rice has written to California, and I will write to you again, as soon as she gets a reply, which will likely be in the course of a week.

Yours Truly
A. G. Eddy

Mr Dunnels of Ipswich inquired of us in regard to your taking his case we should not like to advise but wish you to act wholely Corrected: wholly upon your own judgment in the case we think you very capable

A. G. E