[letterhead]execrable, cold blast, heavy rains rarely a ray of sunshine relieving the gloom of these winter days. It was on such a day that [Profesor?] [illegible] arrived here about a week a ago, which would not permitt to take him out to the Pine hills and to the Live Oak and magnolia groves. He left the same evening bound to see our mutual friend Dr Chapman at [Apachieola?], with the promise to surely be down here agin the coming spring. He requests to me to send you herewith his best regards.My good wife our daughter and sons unite with me in sending you our best wishes for a happy New Year.Thanking you again I am sincerely yoursCharles Mohr
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