SIR DOUGLAS GALTON
10 South Street
19 May 1888
'Private'; F.N. returns Sir J. Fayrer's letter; she has received to her joy from Dr. Sutherland a letter recommending Dr. Hewlett as his successor; Dr. Cunninghamls doctors have failed to find the calculus and he is going into a private hospital; Col. Yule is anxious about the 'Joint Memo.' with Sir D. Galton; the draft Dispatch to Lord Dufferin (on Sanitary Executive for India) is still with Sir John Gorst, to whom Lord Cross sent the papers; the Nursing Sisters who went out to the Military Hospital, Rawalpindi, write to her in the most vigorous state.
7p B.M. Add.MSS.45766.f.75
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