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Richard Stoddert Ewell Letters, 1864

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Ewell Papers N.D. [ca. 1/1864]
 
Ewell Papers N.D. [ca. 1/1864]
 
39.1 Ewell, Richard S., to Benjamin S.
 
39.1 Ewell, Richard S., to Benjamin S.
 
Ew 3 Ewell.  incomplete, 2 p.
 
Ew 3 Ewell.  incomplete, 2 p.
Folder 9 Orange area.  Where isWilliam?
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Folder 9 Orange area.  Where is William?
 
Ben must give R's regards to
 
Ben must give R's regards to
Gen. Johnston. upcomping battle
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Gen. Johnston. upcoming battle
will be the most desperate.
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will be the most desperate.</pre>
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<nowiki>[...]charges against them for it.
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I have made diligent inquiries
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& find that all deny the accu-
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sation.  Harriot Brown has
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been urging her to come up to the
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Army but it is very dull.  I expect
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she has had enough of the soldiers
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since her visit at Orange.  However
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she says if a suitable escort go for
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her in two or three weeks she will
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come up.
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What became of [?] Stoddert?
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We have heard nothing of him
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since May.  I expect he has
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been travelling over the [?]
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[He?] left [...]
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Any more weddings your way?
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I am sorry I was not sent to
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East Tennesee.  My health was
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plenty good enough.
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							ALS
Ewell Papers				N.D. [ca. 1/1864]
39.1					Ewell, Richard S., to Benjamin S.
Ew 3					Ewell.  incomplete, 2 p.
Folder 9				Orange area.  Where is William?
					Ben must give R's regards to
					Gen. Johnston. upcoming battle
					will be the most desperate.


[...]charges against them for it.

I have made diligent inquiries 
& find that all deny the accu-
sation.  Harriot Brown has 
been urging her to come up to the
Army but it is very dull.  I expect
she has had enough of the soldiers
since her visit at Orange.  However
she says if a suitable escort go for
her in two or three weeks she will
come up.

What became of [?] Stoddert?
We have heard nothing of him
since May.  I expect he has
been travelling over the [?]
[He?] left [...]
Any more weddings your way?
I am sorry I was not sent to
East Tennesee.  My health was
plenty good enough.