Annie [L. Muir]


[Daniel H. Muir]


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[2]and is healing [illegible] [underlined: slowly]; and except when much [tired?] by over [excertion?] either in think- ing or speaking, the [part ?] which [before?] required the application [illegible - whole line] [illegible - whole line] me to copy from, and which I enclose. Several times during the last three or four days father has come very [near?] faint- ing after any [illegible] [illegible], ] [deleted: illegible] [deleted: illegeible] ; he also appears better in the eve- ning than in the morning, this only today and yesterday.- David is still very poorly, and complains of having written a description of his [case?], to you over a week ago, and received [3]no answer. Last week John Cains wife, Love Reeves' wife ([Robbie Perkins?]) and an other lady were riding down a steep hill in the buggy which we used to own, (a very high one you remember,) when, Love having left the "tugs" too long the buggie ran against the horse causing him to run, the ladies were all thrown riolently from the buggie into a ditch, Mrs. Cains had her left arm broken between the elbow and shoulder, Mrs. Reeves her shoulder [illegible] and bruised and her collar bone [illegible], or fractured. I hardly know her, the other lady escaped with but slight injuries. It now comes natural to report such [illegible] to you. P[illegible] and [illegible] have pur-e


Portage City, Wisc.

Date Original

1872 Oct 21


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File Identifier

Reel 02, Image 0979

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