Mother [Ann Gilrye Muir]
very soon and wishes to be kindly remembered to you Indeed we all unite in warmest wishes for your happiness, trusting our kind heavenly Father and friend will ever shadow and shelter you under his ever- -lasting wings of love and mercy — ever your very affectionate Mother.00744  1877 Portage Feb, 22d Dear John I am always happy to hear about your welfare whither directly or indirectly — our last news of you were from Margt. she had just arrived home from Racine when she received your [in margin: 514] letter her health is quite good at present, and Mrs [illegible]ot and John K. accompanied her to Racine, they found all well there – About three weeks ago your father arrived here he had been quite sick for some time, and thought he should be at home – he is quite yellow as he has the jaundice, he is much better
1877 Feb 22
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 25.5 cm.
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