Concern from home, as recorded in a pair of autograph letters, signed 3 July and 22 August 1862, from Springwater, New York, to a brother in the field in Virginia.

8vo. 7 pages, approximately 1100 words. "We are feeling very anxious at present about affairs at Richmond. We can get nothing definite in regard to the fighting ... they must prepare for a long and bloody war ... [later] we hear the rebels are moving upon Pope with their whole army." Folded for mailing. Very good. For the pair, Item #53960

Price: $300.00

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