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R.Cowden letter, 1864 June 8

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Camp near Acworth Ga. June 8, 1864 Dear Father, I again take my pen to write you a few lines. I wrote to you a short time ago, but have received no letter from you for some time. I am in good health. Have seen some pretty hard times of late. We have marched about 10 miles eastward since I wrote. am nearer the Railroad. Have been here two days. Are waiting on supplies &c . Think we will move pretty shortly. I send you a power of attorney for myself and Wm Myer to draw our Local Bounty. Wm. wants you to get his. Give