Sarah [M. Galloway]
Daniel [H. Muir]
 August 8th / 67My Dear Brother Daniel - When I received your letter I had a great mind to give you a long account of all my friends and acquaintances in that part of the country as a return for your kindness but as we are in the middle of harvest and I the [maid?] of all work I sincerely hope you will excuse me at this time. I may gather all the names and items for another time who knows. I hope that you are enjoying yourself very much with Prof. E[illegible] Julia, Mrs Love, Miss S[illegible] and all the rest of the friends you mention also that the [illegible] is stuffed just right and your [illegible] to perfection. I have not had a chance to see Mother to ask her whether you have had the whooping cough so you will have
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