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Middleburg. March. 23rd. 1864
Mr. Stevens, kinde sir.
Yours of the .15 reached here the .21. Pen would fail to discribe the gratitude I feel to you for your kindness. May heaven grant your reward. I have writen to my Son. I will now ask you to have patiance with me while I ask you a few questions. will my son have the liberty of answering my letter if he gets it. Please tell me if he is alowed his Blanket, or if he has any thing but the suit he has on. I mean a change of shirts, and if the Rebs are kinde to him, and if you know
if his health was good with the acception of his wounds, & if he lives to be released if you think he will be alowed to come home he may never be able to write me agan. if you should ever hear of his destiny will you please write to me let if be what it may. If you know any thing of Aaron, &, Charles, Youth who were missing at the same time my Son was there parents are neighbors of ours. please yoase the remander of this sheet in return and I will ever remain your well wisher with Gods blessing
Mrs. Z. B. Robbins Middlebury Box. 324. Vermont