Reference numberMS/929/1/99
TitleLetter from Margaret Huggins, 8 More's Garden, Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date24 December 1914
DescriptionThanks Mackenzie Davidson for the immense kindness he has done in coming to see her. Asks, if it is not too much trouble, if Mackenzie Davidson can direct in what should be done. Tells him that when she asked her step brother, John Murray, senior surgeon at Middlesex Hospital, he assured her that it was not cancer. Six months later, when the cancer cannot be denied, Murray has expressed no signs of regret over his mistake. Expresses her trust in and gratitude for Mackenzie Davidson's input.
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