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Opening: 58 verso, 59 recto
Date(s) of entries: May 15 to 19, 1864
Author: William Cline
Content: Diary

Number: MSN/CW 8007-1

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on the 15, and collnel ganbey [i.e., Col. Charles B. Gambee, 55th Ohio Infantry] ande mager Robins [i.e., Maj. Rodolphus Robbins, 55th Ohio Infantry] of the 55. o.v.i ware kilde

     16 marchede to Racecey on the coocy River verey stronge fortey fied place charge By generel Hooke ande taken Bey the Same this Day came 16 miles

     may 17 Raininge ande the aperence of a wete Day everey thing on a moove to wardes atlantey Hooker 8 miles


in the adevance this morninge mooved 8 mils over tooke the corps

     may 18 troopes marched ate 3 oc this morning prisoners comes in all the time travelde 7 miles ande parked, verey level cunterey wea paste throo yesterday

     may 19 all quiete ande colde windes 9 oclock .p.m. fightinge in fronte wea Drive the Rebes Righte Before us traines mooved ate

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