Constance, the 22 June 1914
Dear Professor !
Thank you very much for your letter of 19 June. I only ask you to tell me about when the next volume to be published in the Jahrbuch. I am very excited by the announced.
Since the 18, I resumed service, what I weigh a little. I'm not moody, not really worried, it was only a nicotine poisoning (1) with cerebral and cardiac events. I still suffer some dizziness and a slight tendency to exhaustion, but I'm still working better than doing nothing.
With cordial greetings, I remain, dear Professor, faithfully
your [The. Binswanger]
1. In the Journal of Binswanger (II, pp. 5-8), found at the time of 12 June  the dramatic story of a new nicotine poisoning : "First nicotine poisoning three years. Vascular nature of the crisis even more pronounced at this time. »