Category Archives: Illness

December 28, 1849 (Friday)

Cloudy all day, and snowing this evening. Being rather unwell did not go out of the house this evening.

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October 29, 1849 (Monday)

We have had a most violent storm all day.  Came to the city this morning.  Oversleeping myself I was obliged to hurry off without breakfast, the consequence of which has been a severe headache.  Not withstanding the storm, went round … Continue reading

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October 20, 1849 (Saturday)

Beautiful day.  Had intended going to Norristown today, but on account of a cold and sore mouth postponed it for the present. Called on Miss F—y C—t this evening. Interesting that the cold and sore mouth did not prevent Nathan … Continue reading

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April 16, 1849 (Monday)

Still very cold.  Very heavy frost last night and also the night before, which, it is thought, will injure the fruit. Have a severe cold, with its usual accompaniment, a swelled lip. Did not go out this evening

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April 15, 1849 (Sunday)

The weather is exceedingly cold, and I have a severe cold, and suffer much inconvenience from both. Went to St. Philip’s in the morning, and St. Paul’s in the evening. For more information on St. Philip’s Church and St. Paul’s … Continue reading

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