Goldesboro n.c. May
C. L. Proffit
Dear Cousin
it is Withe the gretist of plasure that
I Seat my Self for the purpose of drop
ing you afew Lines in answer to
Yours which I resived the 17th ins
I found 50 cts inclosed in direction
What to do With it I Sent to Gol-
llesboro to day for Stamps which
I’ll resiev in a Short time by
the time I get this brown paper
Wrote over News is Scurce rum[ors?]
are plenty I Would bee quite happy
in Seeing you and hearing the
good Jolkes that halve transpired
Since I Left When you Write a
gain give give the fool purticular
s of the booys Success on that Spree
you Spoke of We are at camp
McIntoshe yet do Nat expect afite
hear Soon if Ever Ever thing on
the Cost is quite they are
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fite at Richmond daily
entertam no dout about
result write to me and tell
what the prospect for farming is
and how Wheat is geting along &c
since I comenced Writing I
halv heard the News from raligh
[?]ip Calaway is Lieut col. of the
[?] Reg. Y.C. Miller was offerd the
ofis of Maj. but would Not
t So it is all rite on the
I must Close thes Lines
Leavs me Well W. H. is Well
Give my best respects to
all my friends &c
Yours truly
A. Walsh
P.S. I inclose 50 cts Worth of Stam
ps in hear
Write Soon and
ofton tell A.N. to Write
soon and tell how he got along
at billy Simonses yours A.W.

May 20, 1862


Co. B, 1st NC Inf.


Co. H, 13th North Carolina Infantry
Residence (County): 
Wilkes County, GA


From State: 
North Carolina
From Municipality: 


To Note: 
Not listed

Transcription/Proofing Info

Andrew Albritton
Transcription Date: 
May, 2010
M. Ellis
Proof Date: 
June, 2010

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