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CHAPTER III
PRIVATE LETTERS 1842-1843

To Miss Rose PaynteY.
BATH, Dec. 6, 1843
DEAR ROSE,
Entertain better hopes of dear little Daisy. The first thing I did when I awoke this morning (I keep London hours) about one o'clock-was to order a neck of mutton for Daisy. Challon on going to Great Bedford Street, found that the medical adviser had prescribed the identical thing, and that it was already in the house. The scientific are of opinion that warm baths, completely so, are injurious, but order the feet and legs to be put in hot water. Never will I recommend anything again-but I once had a valuable and most beautiful greyhound in the same conditionoccasioned by putting a sack over her to protect her from the rain or mist. She was rubbed with the hand for two hours morning and evening, and recoveredbut never ran so well as before. While Daisy was under my care her exercise was gentle, and only for about an hour. I then brought her into the house, spunged her feet dry, and made her lie down upon the sofa-not very reluctantly. She had an excellent appetite, which I treated as I do my own, leaving a part of it. I owe something of my health to this. Health, indeed, where is it gone ? However, my cold is no worse than in most other years : but the fever is only to be conquered by the most rigid abstinence. Strawberry jam and seltzer water are my medicines.

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