Accession: L16186
Editorial Title: Asa Gilbert Eddy to George Prescott, October 25, 1877
Author: Asa Gilbert Eddy 
Recipient: George Prescott 
Date: October 25, 1877
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Asa Gilbert Eddy.
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I returned home last evening, and finding that the party; of whom I made mention to you in my last note, had replied, hasten to inform you of my conclusions. As for myself, as I am not morally bound to go this fall, think it best for me to not go, till spring, and the thought occurs to me that it might be to your advantage, not to settle for a steady practice until that time. Were you to remain at home until settled spring, and during the time, take such cases as you think you can cure, and get them off your hands, by that time, and to get good and strong yourself, it might not be a disadvantage to you, in the end. You need not fear I make himEditorial Note: Probably Daniel Spofford. nothing to you I have beaten him and you can if he should attempt to interfere, for error is not stronger than Truth, by instructing your patients not to talk sickness, or to say to any one that they were doctoring, in most cases he would not find it out, and if you are sure not to say anything good or bad about him, I think he would not try, but if he should, you can beat him, always bear SEditorial Note: Probably Daniel Spofford. in mind in treating one that you think he may know of and so head him off

Yours Truly
A. G. Eddy

Mr. George Prescott.
Rowley
Mass
LYNN MASS. OCT 25
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I returned home last evening, and finding that the party; of whom I made mention to you in my last note, had replied, hasten to inform you of my conclusions. As for myself, as I am not morally bound to go this fall, think it best for me to not go, till spring, and the thought occurs to me that it might be to your advantage, not to settle for a steady practice until that time. Were you to remain at home until settled spring, and during the time, take such cases as you think you can cure, and get them off your hands, by that time, and to get good and strong yourself, it might not be a disadvantage to you, in the end. You need not fear I make himEditorial Note: Probably Daniel Spofford. nothing to you I have beaten him and you can if he should attempt to interfere, for error is not stronger than Truth, by instructing your patients not to talk sickness, or to say to any one that they were doctoring, in most cases he would not find it out, and if you are sure not to say anything good or bad about him, I think he would not try, but if he should, you can beat him, always bear SEditorial Note: Probably Daniel Spofford. in mind in treating one that you think he may know of and so head him off

Yours Truly
A. G. Eddy

Mr. George Prescott.
Rowley
Mass
LYNN MASS. OCT 25