direct your letters thus as under signed Warrington Florida in care of Capt. W.M. Delay Camp C. 9th Regt. Miss Volunteers
Sept 8th 1861
I take my seat this morning in answer to your last one my heath is onley tolerable good at the presen time but I hope thos few lines may find you injoying good healthe when your read them think of your Brothers one in the armey in delicate health I have been taken Midicens for four days I have not taken any this morning I feel a great better this morning than I felt yesterday as for Brother Newton I cannot tell you any thing about him at all I have wrote to him Twice since I have been in the armey and have not Rec,d any answer from him yet and I am let to believe that they have been some misfortune befallen him in some way I wrote to you to know if you knew anything about him. I have allso wrote to sister Mary to here what she had to say about him she said she knew nothing about him that she had not got a letter from him in over six months, and that sorter scares me a little. I have thought that I would
go their to see something about him wher he is or if he is dead or what he is about that he do not write to any of us I will draw to a clo by asking you to write soon and often
Fare the well for the present I remain your friend, unto death
to Robert C.C.
and Magg I.C.
Great excitement in Camps this morning I'll tell you more in my next letter[note]