Some hoar frost again this morning + a fine day. D [Dr David Graham] was up Ettrick as far as Midgehope. I cycled to Heatherlie + round by Linglie to Sunderland Hall S. Lodge. Stopped at the burying ground + walked up the walk opposite Lindean Mill1. It was very pretty looking up the river. I was never there before.
Came back. At 4.30 got ‘phone to see Lady Napier: motored up. She had asthma. Gave her hypo of Adrenalin. Had some dinner with Rita + her new “Baby”. Lord N in Edinburgh. Got home at 10.30. M + G’s [Muir and Graham’s] income for 1st year not less than £1885.
1 Dr Muir had stopped at the Sunderland Hall Aisle, approximate grid reference NT480,314, which is almost opposite Lindean Mill across the Ettrick Water; it is also shown on the Ordnance Survey 6 inch Selkirkshire Sheet VIII.SW, published 1900
[Source: Scottish Borders Archives & Local History Service SBA/657/22, Dr J S Muir of Selkirk, medical practitioner, journal for 1919]