Diary: Caleb E. Iddings, 1893

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C.E. Iddings M.D. Sandy Spring Md.

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The Standard Diary 1893 Published for the trade

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Rain Ther. 29' Sun. Jan. 1, 1893 Wind NE Rainy day. I walked down to Ashtong to se Mr M K Evans about 9 o'clk this morning. It rained all day. We had an extremely quiet day at home no callers. Ground was covered with sleet until afternoon, when it grew wamer and melted making it quite "sloppy".

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Releasing Ther. 29 Mon. JAN. 2, 1893 N.W. Wind

Clearing off with high wind I drove to Asletere in the "Scuvry" Edwd going with me, called to see Mr Evans, who is much worse than yesterday, from imprudence in diet. Rode on horseback to see Emory Snowden's wife.

Bro: Chas: called whilst I was away. Went again to see Evans whom I fear cannot Recover from this attack.

Clear & Cloudy Ther. 28 Tues. JAN. 3rd, 1893 N.W.Wind

Was called up about mid night last. (Robt Blair coming for me) and walked to Emma Kings to prescribe for Mr Evans, his nurses thought him dying, & indeed he was "very low", but revived some what, after I arrived, but I fear is not far from his end of life. Rode down again before dinner & again towards evening. Susan Davis was here for advice & medicine for "Edwin". Dora was all day at the Insurance office again helping May Thomas. Edwd: commenced school again after the holidays.

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