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course here will be a tedious one – for I was unwell on
arrival and so get on very slowly & Dr Chepwell has, I
find, written to the Dr to say I must on no account be
allowed to rush through the cure – it must be gradual
I hear so much here, on the spot, of the wonderful effects
of these baths on the nervous system that I shall give them
every chance – two Drs have now come to the conclusion that
it is loss of power at the great nerves forming the digestive
machinery which causes my too frequent attacks –
I really like the Baths & of course I had nothing else here
to do than to take them!! I dont drink any waters
I was so unfortunate as to bring out an odious woman
as Courier-maid – very good on the journey, but after
we get here, insupportable, & really unkind in my
first attack after arrival – I really could not be

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