Susan M. Gilroy
like to go into Edinburgh for the changes & Maggie & I could have a little trip to our Highlands together. I enjoyed my short visit to them so much I love the grand old [sea?]at Dunbar. I thought Mrs. Sunam a good deal failed. She suffers so much from rheumatism from that bad old sea "The Soup"I hope Mrs. Muir is well, also your little girls. Give my kind love to them and tell[Moat?] HouseDumfries24th June 1894My Dear CousinI was so pleased to have your kind letter, for I'm sure you have not much time for letter writing, in the midst of so much work. I was very sorry you had had so much trouble & loss, with your books & letters not arriving at their destination.Mrs [Suney?] was so disappointed01820
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