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All double right and left quotation marks are encoded as " and " respectively. He was a good man, one of the [page torn] of Hopewell. Mason in reference to one of his pious dead friends. Moses Young must have been [page torn] as also did Mr. made an appointment at [page torn] o'clock and preached sessional meeting was [page torn] session though--bring the exercises to a close. White was shot in the head, Rily Wallis in the back of the neck. James Galloway was shot in the bowells and died next morning. We know nothing of the numbers or movements of these Yankees above Baldwyn. I do not expect there was any voting at our precinct. We have drenched him with several things but he does not seem much relieved and I will not be surprised to get up in the morning and find him dead. Watts with a load of cane to have the juice pressed out by her mill. This I have hitherto been reluctant to Page 28 believe. All single right and left quotation marks are encoded as ' and ' respectively. When I looked at his dead body, I could not but think of the remark of Dr. "Here lies sacred dust." A large congregation was out. I acknowledge that I was disappointed at the results. We now know some news about the casualties of Chickamauga. Eber Gambrell was shot in the head--though he is still living, he would certainly die. But Wile returned before he got there with the news that the Yankees were again in the neighborhood and that they were fighting over about Humphreys, and after I heard this I myself heard the report of several guns in the direction of the Cross Roads. Bowlen also says the Charleston Railroad is certainly torn up, and the Yankees have drawn in their lines, the nearest Yankee being just a half mile this side of Corinth.
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Any hyphens occurring in line breaks have been removed, and the trailing part of a word has been joined to the preceding line. The body of John Caldwell [was buried] about 10 o'clock. After the burial we did not have time for a sessional meeting. Agnew was severely wounded by a shell Sabbath morning and fell. He was struck on the hip above the joint, his wound is not dangerous. Ham's men are badly scattered at the different precincts and will not be able to do much. I give some credit to the tearing up of the Charleston R Road, for I know that preparations were made to this end. This morning was rainy but by noon it cleared up and this evening was bright and sunshiny. Bowlen from near Chesterville, passed just before noon. Bowlen says this was telegraphed to Okolona Saturday and Sabbath.
All quotation marks, em dashes and ampersand have been transcribed as entity references. The coffin was at the grave and his mourning friends took a last look at his face. Young [preached] the action sermon from John 21: 17 [page torn] Daniel fenced the tables and served--[page torn] the 1st and Mr. A good many of our members [were] detained from church by sickness [page torn] day. A good many are at Baldwyn but I expect the Yankees will scatter them from there. He has colic I suppose and seems to suffer a great deal. Rode home soon after breakfast wearing William's overcoat to protect me from the rain. This rumor coming as it has done for the last six days every day must have some foundation.
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Text scanned (OCR) by Victoria Strickland-Cordial Text encoded by Hope Mc Cullough and Natalia Smith First edition, 1999 ca. The same was the matter with Holland's watch--and the same charge was made. Heavy showers are falling with sharp lightning and heavy thunder. It is said to be published in Yankee papers, and a great many believe it, but I acknowledge I am slow to believe it. Pa heard while below that our men have torn up 40 miles of the R. above and below La Grange, though it is now said that we have not and do not hold La Grange.
550K Academic Affairs Library, UNC-CH University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1999. Uncle Jo was up on a scout last night towards Stubbs. I do not think that anything was the matter with the mainspring but I do not know, I am "satisfied" with Mc Allisters charges. Uncle Jo is home on a two day furlough to get Page 26 him a pair of shoes if he can. It is reported that Corinth is evacuated, a scout has been sent up to see if it is so. The report of the capture of La Grange is still current. It is also said that Chalmers is advancing towards Memphis with the design of burning it.
© This work is the property of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Yankees were there, really, variously estimated at from 360 to 1500. It uncertain whether they went on down the Wolf's Ferry road or to Kelly's. There are no doubt movements along the M & C R R which are important but we can only conjecture what they are. I hear nothing confirmatory of the reported evacuation of Corinth.