Stevens 1894-11-07

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Heavy rain nearly all day. Heard from and wrote to William Green about the Colepepers. Miss Hayward called about some oats at 15/- a quarter which the doctor (Routh) can get from a Mr Phillips of Oakham? a patient of his. I said I might do with two quarters. Routh called this evening to see Bell’s eye, which appears bloodshot since last Friday. He says it will be alright in a day or two. It was caused, he said, by cold wind. I wrote to Julia Sotteck, Koenigsberg.

“Miss Hayward” is presumably the same person as “Miss Haywood” two days ago. The handwriting is very clear for both.