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Opening: 88 verso, 89 recto
Date(s) of entries: August 3 to 6, 1864
Author: William Cline
Content: Diary

Number: MSN/CW 8007-1

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     Auguste 3 /64 verey Still in fronte Bute Heavey canonading on the Righte winge, this canon ading continues all Day

     Aug. 4 /64 still til a Boute 10 co then comenced a Heavey Canon ading till after Dark ande ate nine oclock ite comencd a gain an lasted one Hour Bute now particleres lernde yete

Aug 5 /64 Still in fronte this morninge kicked on the nea Bey a mule


the 3 verey painful weather verey plesente ande note verey Hote Bute a nice cooll cool Brease all the time fightinge comenced a Bout 10 co ande continued al Day ande all nighte

     Aug. 6 /64 Heavey artilery firinge on the extreeme Righte this morninge upe to 8 ocl one train of cal cares croste the chatahooche River yesterday ande Run upe within 2 miles of atlanta Heavey fightinge all Day Bute now noose of the procedens

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