[Daniel H. Muir]
A great amount of [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] moved away, & still continues to come away very [slowly?] – which [illegible] as [illegible] as ever & I feel [illegible] some times although upon the whole I have a more healthy [appearance?] I can walk about out side. I was much delighted with a ride [around?] pro[illegible] hill[illegible] [illegible]. I took [illegible] of pills & three [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] but have left of taking any for the [illegible] these two days. I continue to take the [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] to [illegible]
To Daniel my dear child The enclosed [$100.?] [illegible] gift to [you?] by the grace of god, as a token of gratitude to God for all his [word crossed out] [grandness?] to me at this time God bless you Dear [D & E?] D. Mr.
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Muir, Daniel, "Letter from D[aniel] M[uir] to [Daniel H. Muir], [ca. 1880]." (1880). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 605.
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