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Opening: 77 verso, 78 recto
Date(s) of entries: July 9 to 10, 1864
Author: William Cline
Content: Diary

Number: MSN/CW 8007-1

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Bregade in Site of atlanta sea steapels of town ande from the trees can see town now fightinge til 12 oclock then Heavye canon adinge a longe the line

     July 10 /64 wente to Bregade saw stapels of town the 3 Division orderd to march ate 4 Bute Dide note march till 12 oclock very worme trains still


marchinge orders countermanded all the traines layes still on the 7 seven 5 Hundred refuge sente north ande this day 7 hundred more Sente north Hour Boyes adevancede to the River a slite Rain today 15 corps croste the River Rebels atacted them ande tride to Drive them Back But yankes woulde note Drive so the Joneys Hade to fall Back ande leave yankes a lone

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