Sunday, 13 September, 1830

This made the lady really mad and she declared she would never take another drop of my medicine. Well, Madam, I have no objection as I do wish to give or to be to the trouble oif attending to any that are so destitute of any good quality as to take a delight in deceiving all that can be deceived. You may be assured that there is no pleasure or honor in curing a person that is not sick. And when you was pretending to be nearly dead, I knew that it was all hypocrisy.

Well, Doctor, do not expose me to my husband and I will respect you as long as I live. Give me some medicine so that there may be no mistrust. Such is the conduct of some people.