Letter from Isaac J. Price to Mrs. Robert Caldwell, October 13, 1863

Oct 13 1863

Mrs Caldwell I was instructed by Mr Caldwell to drop you a few lines to inform you that you can send a box of provisions to him by me as I belong to the Company and in mess with him providing you have not sent with our cook Clab I will take the company train from Charlotte the 26th of the month you can deposit either at Cornwall or Harrisburg and met me there

that night you will please send the other mens Ladies work in the neighborhood if you send anything mark it to Wilmington with their names on it

Yours etc
I.J. Price

Mrs. R.C. Caldwell

Letter from Isaac J. Price to Mrs. Robert Caldwell, October 13, 1863
Letter to Mrs. Robert (Mag) Caldwell from Isaac J. Price, a soldier serving in Company C, 10th Battalion North Carolina Heavy Artillery with Mag's husband. Price is on furlough and is writing to tell Mrs. Caldwell that he can take a package to her husband.
October 13, 1863
Original Format
17cm x 12cm
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East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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