David M. Galloway
has felt quite unwell [I and than?] Annie and George if they had the strength would skip all the way before us to see who would gather the most flowers Annie in particular is extremely fond of flowers but you see, but you see, but you see, that will do John, Sarah "Ahem" I am not able to write, that confounded Senna; I am going to try to go Portage tomorrow that you may get this note in time, I send you Ten Dollars. trusting that you will get both pleasure and profit from your intended excursion, But don't forget about my winter wheat and Rye. John if it will put you about to come about four weeks from now, say so in your answer to this, and I might get some help before spring wheat comes in, however I should rather you were here at first, as I intend to make my hay before harvest. Crops look middling and at least one week earlier than last season excuse me John for I really don't feel like writing yours truly David M. Galloway 00332
Fountain Lake, [Wisc]
1863 Jun 13
Original letter dimensions: 13.0 x 19.5 cm
Reel 01, Image 0563
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