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Condolences to Sir Harry Verney, Sibella, and the wife, son, and daughters on the death of an unnamed man.
Nightingale relates Mr. Makins's medical advice for Mrs. Robertson's truss. She thanks Mr. Robertson for his letter, and says that Sir Harry likes it. She relates news that there is fighting in Trafalgar Square and Hyde Park, and praises the police.…
Concerning the distribution of the Sultan's gift to the nurses in the Crimean War, and a possible award for Mrs. Bridgeman.
Response to Sir Richmond's recommendation for a lady of 18 to enter the nursing school. Nightingale argues that she is too young, and explains the reasons why they wait to train nurses until they are older. Nevertheless, she makes an appointment to…
Nightingale sends 5 pounds to Mr. Morey for him to distribute among himself, Mr. Milson's bills, the Athletic Sports, a bell at the cemetary, and an American organ at East Claydon Church.
A night nurse has been assigned to Sir Edmund, lessening the strain of Mr. Morey and Lady Verney. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick go on vacation to Switzerland. Nightingale wishes to send a large book to Mr. Morey as a "sports prize."
Request to add the magazings for the Botolph Reading Room to her account. Nightingale has ordered reprints of Mr. Frederick's Introduction
Well wishes for Mr. Morey's daughter Edith, who is staying by the sea for the health of her "delicate chest", and suggestions for activities for her while she is there. News from Sir E. and Lady Verney.
Request to cash a cheque and post a letter for Nightingale.
Mr. Morey's daughter Edith's health improves, and Nightingale sends money and thanks to Mr. Morey for his assistance with Sir Edmund at the lectures.
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