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Letters of Confederate soldiers, 1863, 1865.

Author: B H Hutchinson; Robert H Orrison
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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B.H. Hutchinson, 8th Virginia, writes to "Frank," 1863 January 14, reporting that Yankees have run off "Uncle Gus's horses ... and More than half his servants have gone ..." He sends other news of Loudoun County, notes he was in battles of Manassas, Boonsborough and Sharpsburg, but not Fredericksburg, and is now acting Provost Marshal to Genl. Pickett's Division.
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Genre/Form: Letters (Correspondence)
Named Person: Hutchinson family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: B H Hutchinson; Robert H Orrison
OCLC Number: 52770248
Notes: Given in honor of Thomas Perkins Abernethy.
Description: 2 items.
Other Titles: Civil War letters

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B.H. Hutchinson, 8th Virginia, writes to "Frank," 1863 January 14, reporting that Yankees have run off "Uncle Gus's horses ... and More than half his servants have gone ..." He sends other news of Loudoun County, notes he was in battles of Manassas, Boonsborough and Sharpsburg, but not Fredericksburg, and is now acting Provost Marshal to Genl. Pickett's Division.

Robert H. Orrison, Fort Warren, Boston Mass., writes to his mother, 1865 May 8, that he and four other friends, including John Hutchinson, are well; that he does not need money; and that he expects to be released soon.

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