Volume 65: Macarthur-Onslow correspondence, 1846-1929: No. 132

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so seriously ill as to require constant medical aid - Drs Brown & Waugh are now watching her case - the latter has propounded a theory which no one of the other Medical men seem to have thought of. Dr W. says that all her present suffering is consequent on the very narrow escape Annie had from the congestion of the brain when at Mt Victoria in 1877. All her present symptoms point, he says, to the brain as having seriously involved the gastric nerve through the spine.  Certainly, since

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