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Near Petersburg                                                                                                                                                 July the 13th, 169
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Near   tersburg                                                                                                                                                 July the 13th, 169
 
Mr. Cowden  
 
Mr. Cowden  
 
Dear sur
 
Dear sur
 
I sit down to communicate sad news to you. This morning the Lieutenant received a letter from Citty Point Hospital that Dickson was dead. I will inclose the letter in this. I cannot express my sorrow on hearing the news. His sicknes in the first place was a bad cold but he thought he wold soon be well but he got worse and was sent to the [3?] Div. Hospital. he stayed their afew days I went to see him as often as I cold. he seamed to waist away every day. he was then sent Citty Point and I hoped that with proper care he wold soon be well but alas my hopes wer vain. I feal discoraged when
 
I sit down to communicate sad news to you. This morning the Lieutenant received a letter from Citty Point Hospital that Dickson was dead. I will inclose the letter in this. I cannot express my sorrow on hearing the news. His sicknes in the first place was a bad cold but he thought he wold soon be well but he got worse and was sent to the [3?] Div. Hospital. he stayed their afew days I went to see him as often as I cold. he seamed to waist away every day. he was then sent Citty Point and I hoped that with proper care he wold soon be well but alas my hopes wer vain. I feal discoraged when

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Near tersburg July the 13th, 169 Mr. Cowden Dear sur I sit down to communicate sad news to you. This morning the Lieutenant received a letter from Citty Point Hospital that Dickson was dead. I will inclose the letter in this. I cannot express my sorrow on hearing the news. His sicknes in the first place was a bad cold but he thought he wold soon be well but he got worse and was sent to the [3?] Div. Hospital. he stayed their afew days I went to see him as often as I cold. he seamed to waist away every day. he was then sent Citty Point and I hoped that with proper care he wold soon be well but alas my hopes wer vain. I feal discoraged when