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May 4th 1862
Odom Creek at Home
Hardy F. Scarborugh Esqr
I arrived home on Sundey after
leaving you hous & found all well and we have continued so ever since their is no news in theis contury save a
little excitiment about war the
conscript act I has put the boy mightly in the spirit of volunteering Every mon between the age of 18 & 35 is
in the field with but few exceptions their is 3 regdgement in Auburn at this tim [--] at Lauchapagee I was at Auburn yesterdy and had pleasure of
seeing 1000 thousand prisoners pass thorugh prisoners taken at Corinth they
were as jolly a set of felows as you ever saw in your life they say they are fiting to restore the union
& the constitio[n] poor devils I
dont think thy can evrr accomplish all that not in our generation Hardy times
is awful hard here meat is selling a 30
& 40 cts per pound and sccarse at that I sold my cotton yesterdy at six cents per lb dam the stuff it is a poor king i dont see how I am to make out I dont know whether a person can perish to
death on dry brede or not we are a [ntien]
of making the trial what hapend Adison
he promised to be at my hous in three weaks after. I let thirs some of them must be sick we have had more rains this Spring than ever
I saw before and the bigest ones wheat
crop is all mos a falure in the century it has at all got the rust outs here it two their certinly is a fam[ine] coming on the land war and famine on us at the same time wont
suit me I have 30 Acres in corn and 7
Acres in cotton and potatoes sugar is
worth 50 cts molases 125ct the yankes here [---] what will be our [worth]
aftr and till mondey that Mr Gaysons
oldest boy Billy died the 3rd of this [---] write me as soon as you get this Louisa Monk and the bulunce of the children join me in sending you all our
love Lou say you must bring Amanda &
Malvina up this summer no more at
but remain [---] evr
[A] [V] Turner
[Transcribed by Stacy Bryant, June
[Edited by Tina Bernath, June 2006]