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then to court in Brooklyn [[underlined in red]] Redman on stand [[/underlined in red]] [[strikethrough]] test [[/strikethrough]] direct describes more samples. Then afternoon demonstration so-called Luft by [[underlined in red]] Wyeth [[/underlined in red]] in presence of [[underlined in red]] judge. Advantage of open court. Judge much interested and more than one clever question [[/underlined in red]] showing his following keenly. Was able to get some samples from exhibits for further tests. Very tired when got to club. Tomorrow [[?]] Little sleep again.
April 5. Albert came to fetch me at nine. [[underlined in red]] Spent all day in lab, testing samples and studying testimony - [[/red underline]] Evening [[red underline]] Rossi [[/underlined in red]] came to talk over matters.
April 6 (Sunday). Up at 5 A.M started studying testimony then in lab.
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with Gothelf, then Townsend came, then after lunch came Neave but left after an hour or so. Townsend remained here for supper. Feel very tired again altho' this morning everything seemed rather simple.
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[[underlined in red]] I am thoroughly disgusted with life and feel fooled and nervous and irritated [[/underlined in red]] and very very tired.- [[underlined in red]] my brain seems to refuse to work. [[/underlined in red]]
Drove back to New York went to bed immediately could not sleep at first then fell asleep, [[underlined in red]] awoke at 4 AM [[/underlined in red]] and started reading testimony and studying the case. 
April 7. Rushed off at 9. to Neave's office there gave dictation to Miss Evans and

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