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[Fragment, possibly written between
late April and late June, 1863]
Had been so the men is now going
some on furlough three for the first
fifty and two for every additional 25_ which sends eight at a time_ but it is like going to the mill they have to
take it as their turn comes_ and there
is all of fifty a head of me which will probably throw me off until the middle
or latter part of summer_ There is no
foundation for the rumor that this company has been ordered to Vicksburg_ the Columbus Artillery left for that place
last Tuesday_ and it is said that one
more company will have to go_ there is
five artillery companies around Savannah_ if such is the case it will be one of the five_ it may be ours or it may not_ if we should be ordered off I will write
to you immediately_ I am very well_ your in love
H. F. Scabror
Hiran will leave a package for you at
P.S. Tell Mann to make a hat out of Polimetto and send it to me if you have any chance If not keep it until I come home I want it the same size of that old hat of
mine that I left at home bound at the top wit red leather_ Brim the same width crown same height
[Transcribed by Stacy Bryant, June
[Edited by Tina Bernath, June 2006]
[N.B. Dr. Martin T. Olliff,
using the passage, "There is no foundation for the rumor that this company has
been ordered to Vicksburg. The Columbus Artillery left for that place last
Tuesday," and conducting research on the "Columbus Artillery" in the Official
Records of the War of the Rebellion, concludes that Scarborough wrote this
between late April and late June 1863]