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From the journal of Lt. John Le Couteur, D.E. Graves. Carlton University Press, Ottawa, Ontario. 1993. p. 216.

"16 November
Suffering from a violent attack of Rheumatism - beginning to pay for my good health while campaigning. Poorly to the 20th, could not go to Mess.

23 November
Attacked with dysentery, and poorly to the 4th Dec[embe]r. Confined to my room with fever and dysentery to the 11th, very weak. Took a walk.

12 December[1814]
The dysentery returned.

16 December
Pretty well recovered, began to visit again. Reading 'Elegant Extracts' then [illegible]. Twenty-four Ladies and one hundred Gent[leme]n at the assembly last night. Girls up! Market high!"


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