1862 July 30 Clarke County, Va.

[from the diary of Matthella Page Harrison as transcribed at a later date] Cousin William Whiting was here this morning before breakfast.  Prayer meting at Mr. Clark’s.  A large attendance.  We hear Jackson is advancing in three columns on Pope’s … Continue reading

1862 July 30 Camp at White House Farm

                                           Camp at White House Farm                              … Continue reading

1862 July 30 near New Bern, N.C.

[from the diary of Jesse Calvin Spaulding, Co. F, 25th Massachusetts] WednesdayJuly 30Cleaned my gun and playedchess and backgammon andalso read a book which I got at the chaplains. MSS 11293

1862 July 30 Richmond, Va.

                              Ordnance Bureau                     Richmond July 30th/62Prof. S Maupin             University of Virginia    … Continue reading

1862 July 30 Camp near Mechanicsville, Va.

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1862 July 30 Camp near Harrison’s Landing, Va.

Camp Near Harrisons Landing Fa July 30th 1862 My Dear Mother–your letter of July 11th has been receivd it gives me pleasure to know that you are all well at Home since we have been here, I have received so … Continue reading

1862 July 30 near Warrenton, Va.

[from the diary of Ephraim A. Wood, Co. C, 13th Massachusetts]      Wednesday   July 30th 1862Pleasant               Last night I wentout of Town to Mr Vowells.They were reather surprised to seeme as they … Continue reading

1862 July 30 Camp Green Meadow

[from the diary of James Dinsmore Templeton, musician and private in the 23rd Ohio]Wednesday July 30, ’62Guard Mountingthen practicedDid little the remainderof the day wrote someParade & DrillAt length by thisevening mail recdletter from Jennie Langana sweet letter I loveto receive such … Continue reading

1862 July 30 Camp Green Meadow

                   July 30th / 62           Camp Green MeadowDear Father                    Here we areas usual in Camp withwith[sic] no present prospectof … Continue reading

1862 July 30 Chapel Hill, N.C.

[from the diary of Eliza Oswald Hill, refugee from Wilmington, N.C.] Wednesday 30th  It is becoming warmer & warmer every day.  So that visit-ing is entirely given up until after tea–Mrs. Watters & I went up to MissSally Malletts last … Continue reading