Mother [Ann Gilrye Muir]
_ state of things_ to the unchangable happy land beyond _ to which we are all fast hastening if we are among the faithfulSo Katies sufferings here are all ended she often talked to them all about what she wished them to do after she was gone.Poor David looks so sad and is only the shadow of his former self but he talks much [composed?] with the children. Carrie is very bright and is 20 years of age and is a good [house before?].Annie is seventeen and is studying very hard as she expects to graduate
1885 Apr 21
Original letter dimensions: 40 x 13 cm.
Reel 05, Image 0238
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