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William Cline Diary

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Opening: 52 verso, 53 recto
Date(s) of entries: December 18, 1863 to January 25, 1864
Author: William Cline
Content: Diary

Number: MSN/CW 8007-1

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Dec. 18th 1863 Some whate moderated Bute still chiley

     20 movede campe one mile north ande the veteren feaver gote into campe ande all Reinlisted fore 3 yeres longer all fore a thirtey Dayes furlow Bute i couldente seeite the Regemente war musterde oute of the servis the 31 of December ande musterde in the 1 of January 1864 snoued the 31 of Decem, ande the Reghmente started home on the 3 of January ite Raind


Ande sleeted all Day nde nighte

     January 5th 1864 Detaild as Bregade Blackmith ande wente to worke ate 12 oclock

     Jan 7 Removede shope to keleyes ferey tolerbe colde

     Jan 19 snowede 1/2 inch Deepe an tolerbel coal purmentely atatched to the 136 Regemnte and in .co. .H.

     Jan 25 the 3 Division movede to white sides ande the Hole 11 corpse is under march

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