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George H. Murphy Diary

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Opening: 15 verso, 16 recto
Date(s) of entries: April 3 to 4, 1865
Author: George H. Murphy
Content: Diary

Number: MSN/CW 8011-1

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them. Col O F. attacked the enemy two hundred strong with about Sixty five men, at Pugh's Run before day light capting 33 horses. 3 prisoners including one Capt. wounding 5. one Killed: Bad treatment towards ours and Adams Coms: in not letting us know. Went to W—d with Colston, staid until after dinner. Puddy apparrently, perfectly indifferent to me. Oh! When the thought that She does not love me comes to mind, how unhappy it

makes and to what ends this thought may ultamately drive me. God grant I may be wrong. Encamped in the same woods that we did last night: rained hard.

April 4

Cloudy and rainy. Somebody stole my meat and bread last night. May it choke the damned scoundrel. Rained nearly all day: a report that Grant attacked Lee on 30 March near Hatchers Run

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