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Lucio Alvarez at May 22, 2022 01:10 AM

SC636_3_3

the most humane & polite the [?]
from Col. Procter, What think you of
this - Because he was feasting with
Procter - He must Eulogise him at the
time that his allies were burning
his poor wounded fellow soldiers at
Raisin & the rest of the prisoners with
sick & wounded driven into a wood
yard like a [parcel?] of Hogs with out
shelter from the cold & rain

I shall leave him [?] note about
the 15th if Mrs Harrison is well enough
for me to leave her - but I
wish you to continue to
direct to me there until
you hear of my departure - as
the letters will follow me -

Yr. friend
Willm. H Harrison

PS I do not wish the above
observations of Winchester wher
Procter to be made public until
I bring them out

Be pleased to give the enclosed to the
Editors of the Reporter

Genl. Bodley

SC636_3_3

the most humane & polite the [?]
from Col. Procter, What think you of
this - Because he was feasting with
Procter - he must Eulogise him at the
time that his allies were burning
his poor wounded fellow soldiers at
Raisin & the [act?] of the prisoners with
sick & wounded driven into a wood
yard like a [parcel?] of Hogs with out
shelter from the cold & rain

I shall leave him [?] about
the 15th if Mrs Harrison is well enough
for me to leave her - but I
wish you to continue to
direct to me there until
you hear of my departure - as
the letters will follow me -

Yr. friend
Willm. H Harrison

PS I do not wish the above
observations of Winchester [?]
Procter to be made public until
I bring them out

Be pleased to give the enclosed to the
Editor of the Reporter

Genl. Bodley