Head-Quarters 1 Brig., 2d Cavalry Division, Huntsville Ala March 8 1864 My dear Davidson I have to-day sent to Mrs Iswon a dragt on you for $115 10/x which please pay, and enter on the credit side of your ledger. It is the balance of A’s money which I held in my hands.
Murfreesboro, Tennessee 26th December 1863 Major Sinclair A.A. Genl Sir: I [ ? ] to hand you the following report of the operations of the 1st Brigade 2nd Cavalry Division from the 13th to the 24th Sept. and including the Battle of Chicamauga.
Camp at McMinnville Tenn Aug 14 1863 My dear Davidson Yours of 29th ult with postscript of the 30th I received several days ago. I have been looking for another from you in answer to one I sent by Porter enclosing $250. I suppose the money safely reached you. You will see by the heading above that we have again dropped back into Tennesee. We are now cooperating with Genl Van Cleve’s Division which is stationed here. I have met Otis his A.A.G. several times. We are now watching the left flank of our army and East Tennesee. We shall not probably stay here very long. We have been on a couple of scouts since our arrival and in one of them the 4th Mich had three men killed. Our Brigade now consists of 4th Regulars. 4th Michigan. 7th Penna and 3d InDiana. 1st Brigade 2d Cavalry Division. Genl Turchin was removed from the command about two weeks go, and Genl Croaks commands the Division. We however are detached from the Division for the present.
Triune Tenn. June the 18th /63 On the first page of the paper you will find an account of the late attact on this place of whitch I gave you an account in a former letter Colonel Campbell of the 2nd Michigan is now acting Brig. Gen. of our Brigade
In Camp Near Frankllin, Tennasee April the 18th A.D. 1863 Dear Uncle I was very glad to receive a few lines from you I did not know but that you had almost forgotten me. but I See that I was Mistaken. Well Pop I am quite well this morning but Som what Sleeppy for I had to stand guard last night + for that reasons I did not Sleep much.
Franklin Tenn April the 15th 1863 Dear friends as I am not verry busy to day I thought I would send you a few more lines to inform you how we ar getting along at this time we ar well at present and enjoying our selves as well as can be in an army I had got no letters from home since the 4th of this month
No 4 In Camp about 6 miles SE of Nashville Tenn Nov 23, 1862 My dear Brother Yours No 3 dated the 11th inst I received Thursday last. Since I wrote you last you see I have made a forward moves. I have not yet recovered from my diarrhea, and do not know when I shall. It seems to have settled on our army like a curse and cannot be eradicated.