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              graphs on the wall, among which were
Matty Edwards, Osborne of the Herald,
Birdsall and some officers.    Slept
soundly, to the music of the drumfish
outside.
  19.  Thursday.   A sunny, pleasant
morning.   Ashore in boat, with Honey
well and doctors.      To Quartermaster
Elwell.    Thence, with Charley to
Adam�s Express, where I saw Irish-
man whom I knew before here, and
subsequently met in New York, in
company with Osborne.  Left Honey-
well and went to Thompson�s quarters
� one of the rooms formerly occupied
by Gen. Hunter, or on the site of it,
for all this row of buildings have been
pulled down, in consequence of
the yellow fever having raged in their
vicinity.      The stinking little creek
is also drained.          Talk with Thomp-
son and another.       Honeywell ar-
rived.     Off with Thompson to Gen.               
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