Vance216

Transcription: 

[Quick served as a private in Co. A, 13th Batt’n NC Light Art.]

North Carolina R Co octr. 63

Col Roper Dear Sir after
my compliments to you this
is to inform you that I am
well in Health but not in
mind Dear Sir I have
Come to the conclusion of
going Back to the camps
Provided you will Rite
to the govourner to know
what my punishment will
Be & if it wont be too
Severe I will go Back &
Leave no more without
Permission as I am sorry
[page 2]
I Ever Left which I never
would if I had not of bin
in a spree if you will
be so good as to try to Help
me out of this case I
never will be caught in
Such an other & if you
will attend to the case Rite
me a few lines whether you
will [??]t & you will [page torn]
oblige [???] verry much in
deed [???] R Quick

To C[???]Roper

Date: 
Date Note: 
1863-10-??

Author(s)

Unit: 
Co. A, 13th Battalion North Carolina Light Artillery
Rank: 
Private
Residence (County): 
Richmond County, NC

From

From Note: 
Not Listed

To

To State: 
North Carolina
To Municipality: 

Transcription/Proofing Info

Transcriber: 
Andrea Cudworth & Michael Ellis
Transcription Date: 
November, 2011
Proofer: 
Andrea Cudworth & Michael Ellis
Proof Date: 
November, 2011
Comments: 
This letter appears to have been forwarded to Vance by Col. Roper, as it's addressed to him and not Vance.

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