Daniel Muir [Sr.]
Daniel [H. Muir]
Hickory hill, Jan. 1872.Dear Daniel. Though I seldom write to you it is no sign of want of love to you, for I do love you & your very best interests, which is the things that concern your Souls everlasting peace in Jesus for which I often pray and I would be most happy & most thankful to God, were I always sure of your Safe Keeping in Jesus in that respect, & may God grant that we may all as an unbroken family appe- ar before Him in glory at last for His Dear Sons sake and I shall praise Him for ever for it. Inclosed in this letter you will find a little Trout, it is from the repository of Dr. Charles [illegible] of Boston. God has made him the Steward of a consumpt- ives home there, where a great many poor consumptives & their children are kept free of expense, the Lord Sends in enough to Support them in answer to the Doctors prayers. There is from 40 to 50 dies annually in a converted state. it commenced about 7 years ago we have got all the annual reports, & 12 of last years reports, which along with 20 reports of the last year from George Mullers Orphan home at [Bristol?] I have
Hickory Hill [Wisc.]
1872 Jan 7
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