The Jervis McEntee Diaries - June 22, 1887

Diary Entry:

Wednesday, June 22, 1887 Jamie was to have gone to N. Y. by the Powell this morning to consult Dr. Taylor. He is very timid and I could see last night he would like to get out of it. I called him this morning but found him awake. He said it looked like rain, as it did, but I told him not to mind that. He did not go however and says now he will go tomorrow. I did not sleep after half past two. I feel very weak today. It is damp and misty. We have had several violent thunder showers through the day and it is closing in a steady rain. I have felt miserably all day, weak and "swimmy".

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