[Ann G. Muir]
Daniel [H. Muir]
 this hot weather – she thinks Emma and baby has gone off visiting – We spend a good deal of our time working in the garden when the weather is cool, we think our health is better for it. we will be glad to to have a letter from you – May God bless you all and ever keep you in every step of your journey through life, and when you are done with time, may you have a heavenly inheritance that will never fade away – from your Mother with much affection ————  1874 Portage June 29thDear [David?] The ceaseless roll of days and weeks and months have again brought us the happiness of seeing another of your birthdays – My best wishes for your highest happiness does constantly attend you every day of my life – and I hope your happiest days are yet to come – I am cheered with the prospect of having a visit from you all ere long we will be happy to see you all. We have had two letters this month from your father he is well and is very
1874 Jun 29
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