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Feb 17 1863
Dear wife & children
I take the opertunity this evening
of droping you a few lines which will inform you that I am very well my health never has been better than at this
time. camp life agrees with me so far
& I hope by the blesing of god it will continue to do so_ I hope this may reach you all well I have been expecting to reecive a letter
from you fer two or three days but have not there is some stiring never here the indications of the storm that is soon to burst upon us increase ever
day_ there has already been an order
issued from Gen Mercer calling upon all citizens to arm themselves in defence
of their homes & firesides_ also one from ordering the troops of
this command to hold themselves in readiness for action at a moments warning
and yesterdays papers contained an order from Gen Beauregard fer all
noncombatants to leave the cities of
& Savannah_ preparalery to meet the expected attack on the two places which
is said will take place on the 22sd_ the quatermasters & commissaries
stores has already been removed_ the
forces here is much stronger here than when I last wrote you and other
reinforcements are expected_ The force
will in a few days probaly need 10000 men_ I send you my [ambrotype] which keep as a memento of my affection for
you and my dear children until I see you again_ it was taken in the position of a soldier (sitting excepted) with a
Bible in the left hand which I hope will direct you to Christ who is a rewarder
of those who diligently seek him_ I will
write you again in three or four days if I do not receive a letter from you
sooner So nothing more at present but
remaing your afectionate husband until death
[Transcribed by Stacy Bryant, June
[Edited by Tina Bernath, June 2006]