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Opening: 62 verso, 63 recto
Date(s) of entries: May 29 to 31, 1864
Author: William Cline
Content: Diary

Number: MSN/CW 8007-1

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     May 29 1864 Sharpe Skermishing in fronte till 8 oclock, then all quiete again, coole ande plesante weather er lainge two miles from Dalace Barto .co. georgea the fighte of laste night ware the loss of 2 thousen Rebels By a charge on Hour lines Hancemly Repulste By generel logan [i.e., Maj. Gen. John A. Logan] Division pulde oute train ande moovede 5 miles north easte ande parked

     May 30 Hitchinge upe fore a nother moove


ande mooved 1 mile to pumkinge vine crick verey worme, Heavey Canonading all Day the Suply train goes Back to kingston after suplyes ande 2 teames oute of the Bregade

     May 31 know moove with the train all quiete in the train Bute Heavey skermishinge in the fronte verey Heavey canon canon adinge in fronte from 4 oclock till 8 ate nighte

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