Dan[iel H. Muir]
- Emma can get some thing suitable that will give them pleasure at Christmas. I also send my best wishes to each of them, and would be pleased if any of them could write to me I shall hope that Emma will be able to write soon I had a very pleasant visit with W. Reid he seemed pleased very much with Neb. and his visit there – and now I shall wish you all a “Merry Christmas” and a very Happy New YearAffectionately Mother[P-O?] Box 356 Portage 17th Dec. 1883Dear DanlYour very kind and interesting letter of Oct 14th was duly received – It gives me much pleasure to know of your restored health – and of the good health of all the family and also that you have a tolerably fair practice and you have a pleasant home How very much we have to be thankful for – every day of our lives – how many blessings we enjoy even if they are mixed with some trials – Annie’s health is a cause of much anxiety to me lately – I often think
1883 Dec 17
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