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"Camp Parole" Annapolis
April 10th 1864

My dear Mother:

Thine of late dates, sent
with my papers were received yesterday
[underline]most[/underline] gladly, for be it known to you,
my last news from home, before was
received Mar. 24th. I suppose two
weeks would seem a long time now,
for you, not to hear from me, would
it not? Bu I am here, where I can
have Army Friends, so, of course, (?) [underline]]I[/underline] do
not mind it. I do not wish
to find fault, or blame you in the
least, for doubtless time flies so pleas-
antly with you, it is not noticed ex-
cept when some absent one is the
delinquent. Thy letter was the
first intimation I had, that Friends
meeting was discontinued in E. M.
I had a Bible when I was with the
Division, but as it was not convenient
for my pocket, it was kept in the
Desk, so [underline]left[/underline] when I was captured.
While I was in the Hospital, No. 21

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