Volume 65: Macarthur-Onslow correspondence, 1846-1929: No. 027
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& he could not tell me till this ev'g when Uncle Wm could go home. All the tendons are snapped above the knee & the leg is quite useless & must be put in splints. He must have the easy [easy entry] large carriage & a board across for his leg.
I will of course return with him & will write as soon as I know the Dr's opinion.
I will try to get him to have a bed downstairs if possibl.e
I went to his room & sat with him for a long time. He is very
joy jolly & not in any great pain none he says but his leg is very much swollen