[in margin: 917]recommending him to you. I should be very sorry if I had. Thanking you for your kindness & with love for Mrs. Muir, the children & yourself.I am ever affectionatelyYour friend, JanetHotel Dunbar,Roxbury, Mass.I am not going home this month. Mamma says that I must not come home, until I can bring with a certificate signed & sealed, as to my complete recovery.March 4th, '90My Dear Mr. Muir,My young cousin, Ed Coe, leaves today for Martinez. The fact of any one's going to your home makes me wish that I were going along. I should so like to see you all. x x x I have often wished during the last month since this question has been up that I could have a good long talk with you about Ed. I cannot say what I wish in writing - x x The young fellow expects to be treated by you merely as an employee. But if you find that you can help him in a higher way, I wish you would.
1890 Mar 4
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