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Opening: 2 verso, 3 recto
Date(s) of entries: June 18, 1863
Author: Thomas Jacob Barb
Content: Accounts, Diary

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June 18 1863

Thursday this morning I leave home for camp's, after a good deal of trobble we all got together and got out of Batesvill [sp. Batesville] about 10,o'clock got 4 miles below Jacksonport and camped for the night had to sleep in the lot

Friday 19th got up early eat our breakfast that we had brought from home with us and started on, Jim Massey [i.e., Corporal James Massey, Co. D, 1st (Dobbin's) Arkansas Cavalry] and his horse tore up the bridge aross village creak and fell overboard dident hurt anybody much staid at old man Huff's

Saturday 20th it rained this morning till about 10'o,clock and then we started on got to Mrs Wood's and stoped for dinner and stoped to night 14 mi from Moro

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