[Ann G. Muir]
Dan[iel H. Muir]
so what will come of all this, I do not know but will write to you when any thing of a decisive kind transpires The girls join me in sending much love to you and to Emma and the baby. hoping you will write soon I conclude remaining your affectionate Mother ———  Portage April 18th 1873Dear Danl. I received your welcome letter and was gratified to know that you were again all well – We are all well. I thank you for the interest you take in affairs here – and also for the advice you give but, I wish you had wrote on the subject sooner – Your father has not yet decided where he will go – but lately has talked
1873 Apr 18
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