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SAMUEL SMITH

[May 1863]

Nothing in the dining room is to be burned or he will be prosecuted; she heard from Harrisons that they had sent him the bundles to be burned and he permitted it; asks him not to take Dr. Lobblon Mrs. B's recommendation alone, as they agreed be was a quack; 'And pray don't take Homoeopathy up'; asks after Uncle Oc; she is glad to hear Shore is gone to Uncle Oc.
2p B.M. Add.MSS.45793.f.27
1. ?Dr. Harry William Lobb (1829-1889) who wrote on the use of galvinism in the treatment of various conditions, nervous and otherwise. He was surgeon at the London Galvanic Hospital.

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