Mother [Ann Gilrye Muir]
 of us and let us know how you are getting on now [If deleted] you know I am anxious If you are in any difficulty let us know it -. I shall do what I can for you from your - affectionate mother00266 1861 March Saturday afternoon 30thDear John Your father and the two boys have gone to Portage today for [illegible] wheat and I have taken the chance to write you a few lines We received your letter dated 20 and was surprised to know you were back in at the university I hope your health will not suffer by your new mode of living. I expect your father will write you soon, and assist you some504
1861 Mar 30
Original letter dimensions: 19.0 x 22.5 cm
Reel 01, Image 0185
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