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Opening: 61 verso, 62 recto
Date(s) of entries: May 25 to 27, 1864
Author: William Cline
Content: Diary

Number: MSN/CW 8007-1

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Paulden .Co. Gorgea

in the action 55 o.v.i. 2 men kilde 3 wounded, teames comenced pulinge oute this morninge, paulden countey is verey Rough ande pore whate wea Have paste a throo Heavey fighting in fronte the Roar, of artilerey is tremendious trains mooved 1/2 mile and in campede 3 Bregad Runs oute of aminiton Hooker aste to Bea Reinforste By palmer [i.e., Maj. Gen. John M. Palmer] of the 14 corps ande Refusede Hooker thretens


to withdraw from the fielde then reinforced By palmer the Rebels Drive Back in to ther Rifle pites Heavey loss on Bothe sides this war Done on the 26

     May 28 1864 Sun came upe with Heavey canon adinge in front mackfercin [i.e., Maj. Gen. James B. McPherson] Drives the lefte winge Of the Rebel armey 8 miles closte to a litel town calde Dallice Dallice

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