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Text for Page 043 [01-23-1863]

              A loafing, promiscuous day.       In
the afternoon H. Hills got letters
sent on to Baton Rouge by Hayes, 
by the captain of the Iberville, which 
we had passed coming down the river.   
Two contained in a letter and inclosed
from Boweryem, were for me, one 
from Hannah, the other from Edward 
Greatbatch.    Hannah�s relates the 
death of her father, informs me
that mine is dying and conjures me
to come home.    I will do so, mine
own dear love!   I got these letters
while in Schell�s room, he being pre-
sent drawing.        To bed early, leaving
Howell & H. Hills to go to the thea-
tre. 
  24.  Saturday.   Writing to 
Gray and a letter requesting the
sending out of a substitute to supply
my place.       Recommended Boweryem
and wrote to him.                  B. Hills
in and out, worried and nervous �               
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