Mother [Ann Gilrye Muir]
2dof July if nothing occurs to hinder themWe do not yet know when to expect you and your family but will hope to see you all before very long-Poor David is still very sad and lonely but the family are all well - I would like you to be better requainted with Davids family I esteem every member of it very highly.News from K. C are still not very favor- -able although Annie is gaining a little yet she is still very weak I sincerely hope she will
1885 Jun 15
Original letter dimensions: 40 x 13 cm.
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