[Ann G. Muir]
Dan[iel H. Muir]
The Presbyterian Church here has been badly burned but instead of getting it fixed up again, they have decided to have a new one built and have bought a large place for the purpose In the meantime Mr. [illegible] preaches in the Court House I now close with much love to all the familyAffectionatelyMotherPortage July 18th 1892Dear DanlI gladly received your kind letter and I thought at once that my turn had surely come I am pleased to know that you are all well hoping babys ancle is better We are all well here but sometimes feel the want of David a good deal, The Failure has caused a good deal of unpleasant
1892 Jul 28
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