[Ann G. Muir]
Dan[iel H. Muir]
Portage June 29th 1885Dear David, How one year after another flies away [leaving ?] its impress of time upon us. It hardly seems possible that it is a year since I wrote to you on your birth day before, and yet it has brought considerable change to myself -I hope it has been a very happy and pleasant year to you,. and that you have many yet to enjoy with the blessing of God resting on all your indeavors -I promise you [illegible] that I have moved with
1885 Jun 29
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