Letter to Henry Cook, 1875-11-11

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Title: Letter to Henry Cook, 1875-11-11
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Related people: Henry Cook · James William Munday
Related places: Australia Victoria Melbourne Collins Street East
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Description: Letter to Henry Cook from the doctor who signed James Munday's death certificate.


107 Collins Street East.

11th Nov. 75

My dear Mr Cook

Enclosed you have certificate of death of Captain James Munday. Poor fellow, he has suffered much since I first saw him, but I am quite satisfied that all that could be done for him, has been done. His case was almost an hopeless one, with congestion and inflamation of the liver,—inflamation of the lungs—inflamation of the pericardium, and disease of the heart, occurring in a condition that had seemed such a severe meulae[?]  shock. It is only wonderful[?]  how he survived so long, and I must say that if it was not for your unceasing care and attention, in nursing and

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and ministering to his every want I do not think that he could have survived so long,

Believe me

Yours very truly

J. H. __[?]