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Militia ) quarters & there stationed for Giles Maury Lawrence &
Pulaskey )
Wane Counties Col Cooper in command and he will give no

quarter or indulgences to the Citizens in the four Counties

This is a terable state of affairs. My Consienc is clear

Nothing I have done or said has ever incouraged this desparate

state of affair. Those who has been the means of bringing

it on us must feel bad
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1869 ) The morning is verry cold ground hard froze Some Snow on
March (
Mon 1st ) the ground. The Wind is blowing a tolerably high from the N. W.
Cold (
Ground ) I have suffered more from cold this spell than I have any time
froze (
Snow ) this winter. Lorra has started to school
Lorra (
School )
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Tus 2nd The morning is clear & calm & the weather has moderated,

Wind W.

Town I rested badly last night Slept but little I went to Town

Debts tryed to investigate my matters. The debts against me was

Security for Wash Gordon & Hugh Bradshaw as well as my own

matters both in the Circuit Cort & Chancery Clks office I

did not git through I must go back if I possibly can in a

few days, & attend to it before the Chancery Court sits

which is the Monday in March inst
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Wed 3 The morning is verry cloudy & quite cold looks like Snow,

Rain or rain, quite calm. It has commenced raining about 10 oclock

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