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Opening: 37 verso, 38 recto
Date(s) of entries: September 10 to 14 1863
Author: William Cline
Content: Diary

Number: MSN/CW 8007-1

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Septem 10 1863 this morninge is a coal easte winde continued fore several Dayes the cares fetch in more conscripes fore the fronte Heavey canonAdinge from the South weste from Bristo to wardes culpeper whitch was the takinge of culpeper ande the capure of fortey prisoners ande 3 peaces of artilerey of which generel festeire [i.e., Brig. Gen. George Armstrong Custer] war wounded this war done on the 13 of september 63 they Hole armey is a cross ande crosinge the Rapahanock


River on the 12 there war 3 thousande of a Reinforcemente wente to the fronte By the way of gainsvill Ande Dumfriese yesterday eveninge of the 14 one Bregade wente By this morninge the 15 one Bregade of ohio solderes wente By ande 2 train loaDes of conscripes wente Bey all fore the fronte lee is a fall inge Back and Hour Boyes is advancinge ite Begins to look like Richmon is Hour portion Before longe.

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