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Opening: 48 verso, 49 recto
Date(s) of entries: November 30 to December 3, 1863
Author: William Cline
Content: Diary

Number: MSN/CW 8007-1

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Cares of corne meal ande flower of whitch war Divided to the Boyes

     December 1th 1863 this Day wea marched 15 mils to athens [i.e., Athens, Tennessee] ande in camped this is a nice litel town ande a splended cuntery a Rounde ite ande goode union peopele

     2 wea marched ande paste throo sweete water a verey nice litel towen ande from there to piladelphia and in camped ate piladlpia this is a


level and fertile parte of Tenessee wea traveld 28 miles this day this parte is well improved ande a large crope of whitch the Reebels lived of of Before this the weather verey worm

     3 marched to louden 10 miles on the tenesse River ande in camped Here ware a small force of Rebels Bute all felade ate Hour aprences they Run fortey cars of amunition in to the tenessee ande 3 ingens here wea gote

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