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Record 18 of 67
System Number: 06562
Date: [25 January 1878]
Author: Anna Matilda Whistler
Recipient: Charles W. McNeill
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler W555
Document Type: ALS
I am gaining strength gradually & thankfully & hope by the mercy in the Lords help, to answer your letter next month. This is my 2nd Post Card, to relieve your suspense & with it goes, by Saturday 25th mail a small weekly Sunday School Paper a New Years, with love to Jamie boy, I hope your Mother received a Paper from me of 22nd November date, as a token of my sympathy, it will encourage me to send "The Christian" occasionally, if I hear she welcomed it. It has such an extensive circulation! & I read in it all the information I seek of the wonderful works in this remarkable ere [sic, era] of fulfillment of prophecy. Respond by Post Card how are you all at home - love to your Mother & Ellen from
43 St Marys Terrace
FOREIGN POST CARD [...]Charles W MacNeill Esq
Charleville, Duval County
United States of North America.
[pre-printed stamp:] ONE PENNY / FARTHING
[postmark:] HASTINGS / C / JA 25 / 78
1. [25 January 1878]
Dated from postmark.
Elizabeth McNeill, née Coffee, wife of AMW's brother, C. J. McNeill.
Ellen M. McNeill, daughter of E. and C. J. McNeill.
'43 ... England' written on the lower right of postcard.