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Opening: 96 verso, 97 recto
Date(s) of entries: September 4 to 18, 1864
Author: William Cline
Content: Diary

Number: MSN/CW 8007-1

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     Septem 5 /64 nothinge noo Bute a verey Heavey Rain to Day

     Septem 6 /64 a verey plesente morninge ande the Reporte is thate Sherman is falinge Back fore suplis ande Reste His men

     September 7, /64 generel Sherman came in to atlantey to Day coole ande cloudey train Divided in three partes to Day Rainde yesterday amoste all Day


     Atlantey ,g,o, September 13 /64 Hour lines the lefte ate Stone mounten within 6 miles of ,Decater, ande Runs to Rough ande Readey on Macon Rail Roade ande to the chata Hoochey River there ware a Boute 20 famleys wente a throo in to the Rebels lines the 12 of this month, the weather is warme ande colde nightes no Strange noose of importen

     September 18 1864 Atlanta gorgey Rainde all Day the sabaoth

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