calling upon me to pay
his debts. I am afraid
there was worse behind.
But, not to enter into more
detail, I was quite relieved
to be able to get him at
last a bed in the Consumptive
Hospital - still more
relieved when I heard
(thro' Mr. Dobbin) from
Chaplain, Matron & Nurse
how much "repentance"
he had shown. He told
Mr. Ross (an excellent
man, formerly a Non-
Commissioned Officer, who
never lost sight of poor