[Ann G. Muir]
Daniel [H. Muir]
Farm April 15th 1867
I received your letter from Indianapolis and am thankful to you for your kindness in visiting John in the time of his distress. I am sure he would be glad to see you and have one of the family with him for a while, In his last letter to me he says he intends to go to the shop again very soon - I hope you are well and comfortable - the girls went to the examination of teachers at Montello and they were examined and all of them have got certificates to teach. Mary is engaged to teach in [illegible] district three months beginning in May - and Anna intends to tech too. the examination of teachers
at Portage commences tomorrow and the girls are all going there to be examined again - Margt went back to the water cure last week and Jessie has come back to stay with us - Charles Reid has been at the water cure for some time and he thinks he is gaining some - his health has been very poor for a long while - along with this the girls send you [illegible] Newspaper wrote by the students of the high school, they thought you would know some of them I really hope no accident ill befall you. may you be quided and guarded continually by grace divine - John has decided not to come home at this time but we will be glad to see either of you at any time - write soon from your affectionate Mother
[Hickory Hill, Wisc.]
1867 Apr 15
Muir, Ann G., "Letter from Ann G. Muir to Daniel H. Muir, 1867 Apr 15" (1867). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 1233.
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