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Opening: 95 verso, 96 recto
Date(s) of entries: September 1 to 4, 1864
Author: William Cline
Content: Diary

Number: MSN/CW 8007-1

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     September,1,th,1864, nothinge of importentes to Day,.
Auguste Septem 2/ 64 laste nighte Heavey liring war Hearde in the Direction of atlantey 8 Hundred of the 3 Bregade wente oute to see whate firinge ite ware ande wente on til they came in Site of atlantey ande now eneyney to Bea founde ande they charged in to the Sitey tooke 3 Hundred prisoners ande Run oute one Bregade of caverley ande the town


ware Surendered to the 3 Division ande 20 corps on the 2 Day of Sepetember 1864

     Aug September 3 /64 a verey Heavey Rain Storme laste nighte the Reporte thate Hoode [i.e., Gen. John Bell Hood] Retretede ande lefte 5 thousan deade on the fielde

     Sepember 4 /64 mooved to atelantey this morninge 4 thousan prisoneres came throo to Day frome the fronte ande as meney more

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