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W3871 TO REV. THOMAS BAKER from Alfred Digby, M.D.
Jul 25 1848
To: Rev. Thomas Baker.
From: Brantford, Ontario.

Brantford, July 25th 1848

I certify that Lieutenant Thomas Baker A.N. has been for some months past so indesposed that he must not be fit to perform Naval Duty at present, but there being no permanent disease in some reasonable period I think he will be

Alfred Digby, M.D.
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London

Brantford, July 25th, 1848


[i remain??]to the Command of [?] Lieut & Commifsioner [sic] of the Admiralty transmitted me by you. I have filled up the presented form, which with a Surgeon's certificate I may respectfully return to you, as required.

I am,


Your most obedient humble Servant

Lieut Thomas Baker /a/, A. N.

To H. G. Ward Esq, Admiralty

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