D[avid] G. Muir]
Dan[iel H. Muir]
I have today written to John that we had sent you $400.00 & that as you had a first class place for other $400.00 he must according to agreement with me Send you [illegible] for that amt immediately on receipt of my letter. I have told him that you would get refusal of it long enough barely for the time the mail could be carried to Cal & ret to Lincoln In your letter you made no reference to the letter I wrote you a week ago (in [pencil?]) Still in order to get Jno to Send his money I have written him that you [agreed?] to it “Silence given consent” you know, but would rather have you say whether the terms are just or not. Remember me to your [friend?]Your Bro D [illegible]
1885 Oct 31
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