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The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1861., [Electronic resource], Copy of correspondence between Capt. Henry Hudnall, of the 2nd Co. Howitzers, and Robt. H. Power, M. D. (search)
Copy of correspondence between Capt. Henry Hudnall, of the 2nd Co. Howitzers, and Robt. H. Power, M. D. Bethel Church, Nov. 8th, 1861. Dr. Power--Dear Sir: --I am requested by my company to present to you, through Sergeant S. B. Hughes, a service of silver, as a slight testimonial of their regard for you as a man, anDr. Power--Dear Sir: --I am requested by my company to present to you, through Sergeant S. B. Hughes, a service of silver, as a slight testimonial of their regard for you as a man, and in consideration of your kind and skillful attention to them as a physician, whilst they were encamped near you. They will ever remember you with gratitude, and by these mementoes they wish to be remembered by you. Allow me to add my own thanks for your kindness to my men, and my best wishes for the prosperity of yourself and famed of praise to which their services so justly entitle them. You will accept my thanks for the very kind and courteous manner in which you have been pleased to speak of me in tendering this memento, and accept, individually, my best wishes for your health and happiness. I am, very respectfully, &c., Robt. H. Power, M. D.