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Opening: 86 verso, 87 recto
Date(s) of entries: July 30 to 31, 1864
Author: William Cline
Content: Diary

Number: MSN/CW 8007-1

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a shote now ande then By artilery Bute generely quiete a Boute 10 oclock Heavey artilery upe to 2 oclock ande then seacede 2 teames gon to Marietta 3 division gowes to the extreame Righte this morninge, the skermish line of the 2 Bregad advances ande takes 90 prisoners

     July 31 /64 the lines the sileste ande they Have Bin fore Some time laste nighte and Bute litel fightinge to Day 150 prisoners


taken on the 30 ande 6 Hundred ande 50 prisoners sente to marieta this morninge from Hour, corps, ite is Reported on the Righte the 29 thate Hour Boyes Buried 2 thousen Rebels Besides whate war wounded ande Sixteen Hundred taken prisoners, comenced cloudinge upe ande thundring a Boute 12 oc ande now ate a Boute 3 Heave thunder ande aperence of Rain Shortely the cloudes is Heavey ande lookes wete

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