[Ann G. Muir]
Daniel [H. Muir]
 [illegible] [illegible]. I think there is much more [ilegible] here than in R. Ah[illegible]! ah[illegible]! I am considering the subject of "closing up" that dictionary. but do not "feel to [illegible]" whether to do it on St Ras[illegible] day or not. Ah[illegible]!ah[illegible] I have not yet had the courage to present that prescription to the [illegible] but feel that I must not procrastinate much longer as my [illegible] now amount to the aggregate sum of [illegible]. Ahem! Ahem David says that if you Dan & Emma come to Portage to make a visit he will favor you with a rendering of the approporiate song entitled "When the [ Kie?] comes home." Ahem! Ahem! Ahem![illegible?] [in margin: [illegible] (Muir)]  March 17th 1875Dear Daniel I hope this will find you all well, and your patient still improving – I have this day received a letter from Dunbar and I do consider it my duty to send you some money – Please find enclosed a Post Office [illegible]er for thirty Dollars – I wish you would make out your bill when convenient and send it to me – as I can send you some more bye & bye – Anna got home safe and well – since she got home we have had another great snow storm and all the trains were stopped yesterday – [illegible] so you have [illegible]
1875 Mar 17
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