The cold culminated in a heavy fall of snow today between 12 + 1 which however lay no time. It was from N.E. + fell in large soft flakes. Later there were some heavy rain showers. I had hoped to cycle + had actually gone along to the bank when rain came on + I took the car to Curror Street, Hospital, Lindean, Fairnilea Lodge + Peelburnfoot. Mich. Glendinning1 is still living + conscious but very emaciated. Witnessed for X on a cheque. Was called out in afternoon to see a man Wright2 in Victoria Crescent, a patient of Menzies3.
1 Dr Muir had been regularly visiting Michael Glendinning, a retired farmer, tenant occupier, house and garden at Peelburnfoot, Caddonfoot parish and formerly the tenant at Williamhope
2 Alexander Wright, joiner, was Tenant of a house at Victoria Crescent, Selkirk, 1922 [1922 Valuation Roll, VR007900012-/305, Selkirk Burgh, page 305 of 644]
3 James Morris Menzies (1871-1926), M.B., Ch.M. Edin., M.D., medical practitioner, of Ettrick Lodge, Selkirk
[Source: Scottish Borders Archives & Local History Service SBA/657/25, Dr J S Muir of Selkirk, medical practitioner, journal for 1922]