Willmington NC March 3rd
Dear Unkle
I Recieved your kind and welcome
letter las night Dated Feb 19th I was verry
glad to Hear from you and would like to
Have you write as often as posiple for
a letter allways comes Exceptable in the army
you said the draft was soon to come off
and would take Every man liable to the draft
I am sorry to see the men Have to leave there
familys and go to the army But its the
ownly way to put the Damd Rebbles down
and I am glad to see that the president
is determind to put them through for a fiew
more months will finish the thing up if
the war is prosecuted as it Has Ben for
the last year if it takes Every man
I Say put them through for this Winters
Campain is Something they dident look
for and it Has Hurt them awful Bad
it is there death wound that is [??]
[missing pages 2 and 3?]
Direct Harrison Nesbitt Company
F 203rd Regt PV 24th army corps
Washington DC
tell Jim to come down ans Get
the Country Peas is up as long as
your finger and onions is up and
Growing fine and yhet you Have
Snow up in Pennsylvania
But I must close you must write
often Harry

March 3, 1865


Co. F, 203rd Pennsylvania Infantry
Residence (County): 
Luzerne County, PA


Residence (County): 
Luzerne County, PA


From State: 
North Carolina
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Michael Ellis
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