[Ann G. Muir]
Dan[iel H. Muir]
rest of the family are in there usual health - you write that you will not feel settled until you get married - . Well I trust you will be heaven directed in this matter that it may be well with you - Anna wrote to you about six weeks ago, and would be pleased to have an answer. have you ever heard of Dr Cullis of Boston - it is not many months since we first heard of him, he lives a life of faith. the same as Mr Muller of Bristol - Dr Cullis has a home past incurable consumptives that are very poor  and he has a tract repository we have just received a lot of his tracts and small books for distribution, we are much pleased with them. I shall try to send you one of his reports. I intend to send a B. messenger with this May the Lord bless you, and keep you, continually is the sincere wish of your affectionate Mother ---Joanna sends much love to you, but is surprised you never write to her. --
[Hickory Hill, Wisc.?]
1871 Nov 
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