[Daniel Muir, Jr]
with your letter came one from Father the first since I left home. Of course I shall be happy to answer it. We have had a most glorious winter of storms. I have written a few letters for the N.Y. Tribune wh you must read the first was published December 5th (Daily), I am making a great many friends among men of science. You know how people used to say that I was a genius in mechanics, well they say the same about my readings of Nature, but it yet remains to be proven. Tell your love that I stretch out my hand towards her to welcome her to the family of Muir, I will bring some gift when I come to see her, Farewell, Ever truly your brother
 Mar 5
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