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I included the two other letters hopingA they might be of use to you.After Poak's letters I've included an excerpt from the regimental history that may be the unamed artillery and cavalry units that Poak mentioned.
It appears to me that the melancholy days have come the saddest of the year and if you were here to see our present encampment I think you would heartily concur in my opinion.
The ground for miles around us is flatA and swampy, part of the time entirely covered with water and in consequence of the thickness of the timber you cannot see more than the length of one company. To add to the pleasures of the place something less than a thousand musical Bull Frogs keep up an almost incessant croaking. It is very lonesome for us here as there are but three or four families live within 3 miles of us and what is harder on us than anything else first is not near so plenty as it was aboutA Jackson but I guess we will manage to get plenty to do us. Our march to this place was rather hot but weA took all the advantage we could by marching at night. The first day we marched about ten miles without getting enough of water to make a good drink.
When we got to where there was some water we stopped for dinner and stayed there till about 5 oclkA in the evening .While we were resting a large plantation belonging to a rabid secessionist was stripped of everything on it useful to a soldier except peaches and they were so abundant that all we took could not be noticed. Night before last ourCo.was called out at 12 oclk to go down to a ford about 4 miles below this.
News having come into camp that 50 rebel cavalry were going to cross over the river there that night. We had a mostA doleful time of it getting to the river as our way lay through the swamps and it had rained the night before.
Sometimes we wouldA be falling over logs, the next moment running into a mudholeA  about knee deep or perhaps find yourself lying in some hole with a half dozen more of the boys on top of you.
I expect we will remain here for sometime as this is a very important point to guard to keep the rebels from outflanking our forces at Bolivar.
The road we are on is the only road through this swamp for a good many miles either up or down on which the rebels can bring infantry or artillery and on this road there is only a ferry, so as long as we can keep them from throwing a bridgeA across the stream we can hold them in check. Water that is good water is very scarce .What we use for cooking we get from a mill race close by. He is an excellent cook and besides that he carries all the water we want and goes out three miles into the country and brings in fruit.
Before IA leftJacksonI gave a man there 220 to express to you to New Castle Forty of this belonged to Geo. We had as pleasant a trip as could be expected under the circumstances, nothing worthy of note occurring on the way.


We arrived there about 2 oclk in the afternoon and took up our quarters in the Court house yard which by the way was not a very enviable situation as our Cavalry had been using it for a yard to feed their horses in, in consequence of which it was full of corn husks and dust. I took up my quarters in a very nice room in the court house so that I have no reason to grumble. We found quite a number of good Union men in the town and the citizens all treated us with marked respect. I met with some of the kindest men there that I have seen since I came into the service .They took many of the officers and men to their housesA and gave them the best meals they could raise without charging a cent When we told them we were not going to stay but a few days they expressed great regret and told us if we could to come back again and stay. Our troops occupy the place for a few days and they flock in by scores to take the oath .Our troops are then ordered away and they are left to the by no means tender mercies of bands of guerillas and cotton burners which infest this country.
I really pity them and hope that some step may be taken which will afford them some better protection. This morning hearing that there was to be preaching in a church about a mile from camp .In connexion with 3 others thought we would attend divine worship once moreA  but on arriving at the place we found that the minister had failed to fill his appointment and that there was going to be noA  preaching.
So we went to a house nearby where we spent an hour or two in rather pleasant conversation and then returned to camp.The weather is very warm and one would suppose very sickly, but our boys still continue in excellent health.
So taking everything into consideration I believe if it comes to an election I will not allow them to use my name. I wrote to Duff about it as soon as I heard it was lost but never have recd any answer from him concerning it.
I must acknowledge that I was somewhat astonished at the serious manner in which you were disposed to treat (what you were pleased to call my flirtations with Mrs Reba) I dona€™t remember now what I wrote about it but I certainly did not intend you to understand that I was either flirting with her or loitering about the house. As far as being entrapped by their seeming kindness is concerned I expect to keep on the lookout for anything of that kind. The health of our Regt is excellent not more than a dozen being in the hospital from the whole Regt.
A portion of our co was sent out after fruit yesterday and they brought in about 25 bushels of very nice peaches which were divided out among the several companies of the Regt.
Besides the peaches each of the Boys had at least one and some of them as high as four geese which they declared would not take the oath and they were compelled to arrest them and bring them into camp. I got all the peaches I could eat and one of the Boys was kind enough to make me a present of a very nice young goose which I expect to have for supper this evening.
Beans irish potatoes cabbage etc are very plenty and you know any of those served up with nice fresh beef is not very hard to take. Our cook is proving much better than I expected at first so that taking everything into consideration I believe we are getting along better than we have at any previous time since we have been in the service.


The negroes in camp are used when there is any fatigue duty to be performed so that our soldiers are spared from a great deal of labor that they were formally compelled to do.
I do not like the negroes by any means but if there is anything they can do that will leave a soldier in the ranks I am in favor of using them. But if the rebellion can never be crushed without arming them, if we cannot raise enough of white men in the north to fight our battles for us.
I say let the south secede and joy go with them.We are to be mustered for pay next Sabbath day it being the last day of the month. The last news we had from Mercer Co she had raised 7 full companies since the last call of the President.A  They are going to organize a Regt in the county if they can. There is a rumor afloat in camp since yesterday evening that there had been another battle inVirginiaand that the rebels got whipped. This would be very cheery news if we only knew that it was correct but I would much rather not hear anything about ita€”until we can get the straightway of ita€”than to be kept in such suspense.If our men should succeed in whipping them or even in holding them in check at the present time.
I believe in one of your other letters you requested me to tell you the names of our Regt Officer. Fouke our former Col has I understand reca€™d the appointment of Brig Genl of some of the new troops. Armstrong, and after four hours fighting, drove the enemy from the field, gaining a brilliant victory. One, Two & Three order form Historic timeline and stories of early West Tennessee The BBCHA President's Page The 1854 Denmark Presbyterian Church History 1.
Area MuseumsBrownsville Museum Bemis Museum Casey Jones Museum and Home Jackson NC & STL Depot and Rail Museum The Civil War Discovery Museum of West Tennessee The Childrens Discovery Museum of West Tennessee West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center Brownsville's Blues Pioneer, Sleepy John Estes 46.
Meriwether Society visit June 22, 2013 49 Denmark Presbyterian Church first Service after restoration 50 Providence Road Solar Project 51 Boy Scout visit to DenmarkThe Boy Scouts visit Denmark again 52. FoughtA in the Battle of Britton Lane September 1, 1862.Picture sent by Matt Anderson, 30th.



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