Dan[iel H. Muir]
four days of sleighing we rather miss the sleighing however as this street is very merry when there is snow enough for good sleighing I have not time to write more than a note but hope you will come any way. Write soon and tell us when we may look for you Remember me kindly to all Yours with love Emma A Muir Dear Sister Mary We want you to come [ sure?] as we consider this our last opportunity of a visit as [ Milsville?] is a great way off I hope you are prospering in your business and collecting all you earn as no doubt you can since you have the ability make pictures which tickle their fancy Tickle the public and make it grin The more you tickle the more you ‘ll win But teach the public you’ll never grow rich But live like a beggar and die in a ditch. the last two lines you may
1878 Feb 11
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