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Groom Mr Kian
did so. Upon this the Captain said he
could feel a horse's pulse as well as I
could & that he would not
ask my opinion. I replied that I con-
sidered it my duty to offer my opinion
whether or not it was accepted as I had
no power to enforce it, adding as I left
that they would see the result of their
treatment about 4 qts of blood had been taken
when the horse fell down in a state of
syncope. I recommended in case he should
not rally readily to give a stimulant
I saw him two or three times at night
& found him weak the pulse quick & weak
he could stand for some time but fell
down occasionally.

Thursday June 24th. 1858

This morning after breakfast sent Compts.
by Joe to ask for the loan of book on the Horse
given me by Col. Apperly. I replied I would be
very happy. I went down to my cabin to give
it to Joe. I went to look at the horse as after

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