Charles Aleshire to Margaret Shepard Aleshire, 4 September 1863
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tery to the fronts. And hope the
day is not far distant when I
will get there with it. It is di-
sided at present. Roseburgh
has his section down at Estell,
[?] eight miles from here,
the other two sections are here,
We have a very pleasant camp
here. Our health is remar-
kably good only two are
[?] complaining in the whole
Battery.
I have had the good for-
tune to form the acquaintance
of some good Union people
at Shelbyville, I have no time
to discuss the merits of all. but
will duree for a few moments
on the most prominent fam-
ily and tell you how they
[?] me. I refere to Judge
Thomas Coldwells family,


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