Identifier

MSS.6.267

Date

1-3-1864

Subjects

United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Bruen, Luther Barnett--Correspondence

Notes

1 page

Transcription

Camp on Kettle Run Jany 3 1864 My Dearest Wife I have got a leave for fifteen days, but shall not be able to get away from here before recovering. You may therefore expect me on Friday night or Saturday morning. I would start earlier but I have to wait to sign the muster rolls. I tried to get leave to apply for an extension of my leave but that was not granted. I have an opportunity of sending this to Washington by private had I to avail myself of it. I must be brief. Good bye. L.B.B.

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