0Friday. 16th [November 1877]—Therapia
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16 November 1877 — Therapia
Friday. 16th [November 1877]. Directly after breakfast Henry & I started off in the steam launch—called for Mrs W. Hanson at Candilli & went on to Beyler Bey where we found a carriage waiting to take us to Tchanilidga to see the Hospital & soup kitchen for the Refugees we have established. Found abt 53 innates. Were met by Dr & Dr Charles Millingen & went all over the hospital. The matron’s daughter had to be interpreter. They were Armenians but the daughter had been brought up at an American school– We went into the men’s ward where we found about 9. One man on our departure called out in bad Greek “no tobacco”—so we sent out for some to give them. We left Mrs W.H. at her house & hurried home to Therapia to luncheon getting there about 2.30. Mrs de Winton & I played tennis with Henry. Col. Blake (B. Pasha’s brother) dined with us.

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