[words bleed through other side of paper]of trunk [stricken word] at the height of five feet from the ground [illegible] that is if it be suitable to give the girth there; the diameter of the ground shaded by its branches & if [illegible] be need of the tree. Do you know its probably age? Do not trouble with a letter A.P.C. W. be quite suffic- -ient. I enclose an address I gave lately which may amust you. With [stricken word] regards to Mrs Muir & the children & also yr. [illegible]-in-law I am [illegible] John Muir Esq. D. Lansbonah
1887 Dec 16
Original letter dimensions: 13.5 x 21 cm.
Reel 05, Image 0906
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