[Ann G. Muir]


Daniel [H. Muir]


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July 2d 1866Dear Daniel I begin to think you are very long in answering my last letter so I write again. I want to know how you are getting along the path of life - are you still in the same shop - have you decided to come west this summer you know I am always glad to have you come - I hope you are as much interested about religious matters as before as spiritual things are of so much greater importance than temporal concerns are - We did not forget your birthday last friday hoping you will yet see many happy returns of it.


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1866 Jul 2

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