[Ann G. Muir]
Dan[iel H. Muir]
so we are getting along very quietly at present until the snow goes off. the last time I heard about Mary she was well and getting along well. [illegible] 22d I expect to carry this letter to Portage today so I will write good bye from your affectionate Mother Dec 17th 1869 Danl Dear I received your very welcome letter of Nov I was much pleased with the good news that your health was good, and that you liked you new studies even more than you expected. I am glad of it since you have made the change. I think a pious Physician has many opportunities of doing much good I hope the Lord will bless and prosper you, and ever keep you near himself, in what ever situation you may be called to fill. when my brother John was about seventeen years of age he pelt very anxious to study medicine and he did study it for a year – and then he declared hw would not
[Hickory Hill, Wisc .?]
1869 Dec 17
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