May the 10 1860 )
Deare Ma it tis with exquisit pleasure to me to write you a few lines to let you no that I am well and doing well Benton is complaning but he is improvin and I think that he will be well in a few dayes [Gie] & Andew left us the other night for [Lynch]burg Virginia & Prie Russell also and we are expecting to leave heare soon but I do not now where we will be sent but Mr Malaral sas that We will go whare the fight comences let it be
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