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William P. Allcot, Campy Tennallytown, Washington, D.C., to his brother, Edmond, New York, New York, 1862 March 25

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Author: Allcot, William P.
Abstract: Asks about his mother's health after her fall; discusses the possibility of his death in battle; his belief in the Union cause; his past illness; names commander of his division, (1st), General Darius Nash Coutch, sic Couch, and of his brigade, 1st, General John James Peck; the arrest and release of his units, 62nd Regiment Infantry commanding Colonel J. Lafayette Riker; the eminent march of his regiment. Including autographed signed letter from William C. Allcot, Newport News, Virginia, to his brother, Edmond C. Allcot, 1 April 1862, informing him that he may be written at Newport News, and says that "I have seen the boys at Fort Munrow, (Monroe), they are all well." 4 pages. Autographed signed letter.
Issued Date: 1862-03-25
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10288/20250
Citation: William P. Allcot Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.

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