Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Saturday, March 12, 1864

Little Sarah is quite sick.  She had a feverish, restless night.  We concluded to send for Dr. B. F. Hart who came down and brushed her throat, said she must have tonics and as soon as the weather permits, fresh air.  He talked of Annie & Kate.
Mrs. Burgess and Jimmy Means were here & Lizzie received a note from Nancy saying she hoped to be back the first of next week if her brother did not become worse.  William came home from Cincinnati on the morning train, and Dr. Regnier with him who came down to talk with Mrs. Cutler about her health.  He did not speak of Annie, but appeared kind.

I went to preparatory lecture in the after noon.  Nancy Cole, Hattie Bailey, Isaac Deming and Seth Bailey presented themselves before the session for examination which was satisfactory.  Mrs. McClure called, also Maggie & Miss Wilson.  Mrs. Terrel helped us awhile this afternoon & Barbara Morgan will stay till Nancy comes.

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