[Ann G. Muir]
Dan[iel] and Emma [Muir]
in May, however there are six or eight men going this month to find homes. About a week ago I had a letter from your father, he thinks his health is now quite restored, and says he feels quite comfortable – We think we are having a very peculiar winter so far however the roads are now good and business improves – Your friends here are all about as usual – The girls unite with me in wishing you all much happiness – hoping to hear from you soon – May the Lord guide you with his right hand and shelter you with his love continually is the earnest wish of your affectionate Mother
1878 Feb 1
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