Letter from Wm B. Stevens, dated 1862-10-19

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Morias 10 mnth 19 186{2?]

To R.S.

Dear Aunt

It is off that my mind has responded to thy very welcome letter received some time ago tho nver have I till now felt draw to place thoughts in black and white for thy [permanent?-] in answer there unto now can I derive any thing to write before it comes or all most [opened?] I feel trully destitute of any thing to say yea all most as bearn (or at timess) as a branch plucked from the vine and withered away. But alas whilst I thus feel I have taken pen in hand for to commune with the ah would it be any thing strange should my comunication be uninteresting to the I judge not by my one feelings neverless I still leave my mark upon papers than [maedo?] some enquiries in thy last to which I'm [sport?] replie ast to my self I am about as usual except a bad coal I still make it my home at [J. S. ?] where as far as I know shall for time to come. [Tho?] I drift to and from in the land (at times) have at diferent times spent a part of or a week or more at [Queensfenal?], as diffeent scenes forsent to view. Our last quarterly Meeting was largely atended David H Bennet [Seusx?] Bechel + others from a distance. [&?] He has spent some times in these parts since during which time I did not find

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