[Ann G. Muir]
Dan[iel H. Muir]
he sold his property there last fall – and for him to go back there seems to me to be quite absurd I would be glad if Emma could spare time to write to me sometimes – I love to know how all the children are getting along, as well as yourselves – So goodbye hoping Gods blessing will ever rest upon you allAffectionately MotherPortage June 29th, 1882Dear Danl[illegible] has a kind providence spared us all another year – and I do heartily congratulate you on the return of your birthday and hope that many happy days and years are still in store for you. The curran scones are not forgotten. I am glad to know by you last letter to me, that you were all well I expect Anita has grown so tall that I would hardly know her – and Hattie too –
1882 Jun 29
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