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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.15 (search)
erals till they wrongfully abused me, and I will protest against them forever. We have come here for the purpose of getting coal, but as there is none here, we shall proceed on to Natchez. I shall expect to get a nice letter from you on my return. Tear this letter up as soon as you have read it. Did you get my letter I sent by hand? Hoping that we may meet again, I remain as ever, Your affectionate cousin, D. P. S.—Please excuse that bad-looking blot. (Envelope addressed: Miss Minnie Wilcox (or Wilcore) Rodney, Miss.) United States Mississippi Squadron, flagship Black Hawk, Mount city, November 18, 1864. Sir,—Referring to my No. 2, of 2d inst., I inclose a copy of a communication dated 7th inst., from Lieutenant-Commander R. L. May, with inclosures, as therein stated, reporting the desertion of Acting-Master G. W. Glenney, late commanding the Rattler, and Acting-Ensign E. P. Nellis, of the same vessel, on the 4th inst. The Department's letter of the 8th inst., gi<