[Ann Gilrye Muir]
Daniel [H. Muir]
I should like them all to write to me, I expect Anita and Hattie are nice scholars – and I wish specially to be remembered to them in much love – and also to Sarah – David G – and Sarah and her Annie spent the most of yesterday with me – Annie is teaching this summer but her health and also her mothers are very poor indeed – Annie joins me in kindest wishes to you all and I trust you will all write to me soon –Very affectionately Mother[illegible] your father is well and happy as usual. [illegible]1881  Portage June 29thDear DanielYour two letters were received and highly prized And now I gladly congratulate you on this your birth day and wishing you much more happiness and peace than you have yet experienced – I am much pleased to know that you like Lincoln and that your health is better and that Emma and the children are all well – I trust the house you think of moving into will be found quite suitable I expect David wrote to you agreeably to you expectations -
1881 Jun 29
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