[Ann G. Muir]
Dan[iel H. Muir]
Mary with her two boys have been with me for the last two weeks and they are able to make things very lively in my usually very quiet home _ this is a good change, and brings old times to remembrance in some degreeYou would be very sorry to see Katie she has been much worse lately - and she now fully understands her situation - this is really dreadful - she rode out a few days ago - and called on me for a little time and bears up wonderfully wellI am very sorry for David he is much tried about all this although he dont say much about it his health has been quite good lately - Carrie is able to attend to all the household affairs which is a great comfort to them all and the rest of the family are wellTell Anita I hope she will write a letter to me during the vacation, and [illegible]will write a little too, as well as her mother_ [illegible] I would hardly know any of the children now, and I am sure they would
1884 Jun 28
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