Annie L. Muir
 in different ways. and so long as I had this sum I did not feel that I could ask for any - and at the same time I did not feel at liberty to sepend this little sum, leaving myself entirely bare, without the possibility of earning more, perhaps-Furthermore, Joanna proposes making the world in general and our family in partic- ular, a little breathing thinking Christmas present-and as I can not think of leaving her at so interesting a time, I think all things considered I can Kansas City Mo. Nov. 13. 1884- My Dear Brother: Yous of October 11. reached me less than a week ago. by some delay - hence my appar- ently tardy answer to so kind a renewal of your off-repeated invitation to come to you for the winter-It is said that a Scotch- man rarely does change his mind-or reconsider,
Kansas City, Mo.
1884 Nov 13
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