Mrs. R. Squire
 kindness you have shown me this from your naughty [hapil?] Alice [M.?] Squire00291 Oregon April 19th 1862 Mr. Muir it is always pleasant to be remembered by those for whom we entertain kind feelings, Therefore when I received your Grattitude so beautifully expressed, my heart was filled with a mixture of gladness & regret, Glad if indeed there existed any cause for Grattitude, Regret that there was so little, We appretiate your kindness & example, & hope when you come among us again, you will meet with a pleasant & hearty welcome, I hope you had a god time at Home, with your Mother & friends, Now I suppose you are gathering 7 laying up stores of useful knowledge for future use, 625
1862 Apr 14
Original letter dimensions: 21.5 x 26.5 cm
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