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________ to J. Patton Anderson – Jan. 9, 1864 – (Near Dullin)

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________ to J. Patton Anderson – Jan. 9, 1864 – (Near Dullin)
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Baker, Christopher A. ( Transcriber )
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Civil War
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North America -- Dullin
North America -- United States of America -- Florida
North America -- United States of America -- Tennessee
North America -- United States of America

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Brig. Genl. Anderson Head Qrs. ***
Comg Division Near Dullin
Jan. 9 [18]64
Genl.,
I wrote to Genl. Cleburne asking him for a copy of the article he read at our
meeting on the night of the 2nd. I informed him that I feel it my duty to forward the
document to the War Department which I intend to do. He has sent it and avowed
himself its author. Will you pleas inform me whether you favor the propositions of that
document in any form. A similar letter to this I shall address to each of the gentlemen
who were at that meeting & their answers will be sent with this document for I don't wish
to misrepresent anyone. You will oblige me by sending an answer today as I wish to
send off the article tomorrow.
I am genl.
Very resp. yours
W. ***
Manigault's


Transcribed by Christopher A. Baker, University of Florida, 2008.




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Brig. Genl. Anderson Head Qrs. *** Comg Division Near Dullin Jan. 9 [18]64 Genl., I wrote to Genl. Cleburne asking him for a copy of the article he read at our meeting on the night of the 2nd. I informed him that I feel it my duty to forward the document to the War Department which I intend to do He has sent it and avowed himself its author. Will you pleas inform me whether you favor the propositions of that document in any form A similar letter to this I shall address to each of the gentlemen who were at that meeting & their answers will be sent with this document for I dont wish to misrepresent anyone. You will oblige me by sending an answer today as I wish to send off the article tomorrow. I am genl. Very resp. yours W. *** Manigaults Transcribed by Christopher A. Baker, University of Florida, 2008.