Had breakfast in bed of porridge. Pain entirely gone: urine still dark but improving1. Went out during Church to Clark2, Marion Crescent, Turnbull3, Yarrow Terrace + Elmpark. Was not out again. It was a day of sunshine + showers. Nancy4 called + so did Mrs Mack5 with a bottle of White Horse Whisky.
1 Dr Muir had been unwell the day before
2 James Clark, designer, was Tenant Occupier at 4 Marion Crescent, Selkirk [1921 Valuation Roll, VR007900012-/272, Selkirk Burgh, page 272 of 644]
3 Presumably either Euphemia Turnbull, widow and mill worker or Robert Turnbull, roadman, both tenants at Yarrow Terrace [1922 Valuation Roll, VR007900012-/352, Selkirk Burgh, page 352 of 644]
4 Agnes Amelia ‘Nancy’ Roberts née Muir (1878-1948), Dr Muir’s second daughter
5 Agnes Mackintosh née Watson, formerly Harper (1859-1946), of Elm Park, Selkirk
[Source: Scottish Borders Archives & Local History Service SBA/657/25, Dr J S Muir of Selkirk, medical practitioner, journal for 1922]