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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 2. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 2.11 (search)
Diary of Captain Robert E. Park, Twelfth Alabama regiment. [continued from July Number.] September 26th, 1864 Miss Janet F----, a very pretty and intelligent young lady, came to the office, and brought us some delicacies. She is a granddaughter of Brigadier-General Fauntleroy, perhaps the oldest officer on the rolls of the Confederate army, now over eighty years of age, and daughter of Captain Fauntleroy of the Confederate navy, now serving his country on the high seas, aiding Ad
t some tobacco with Confederate money, sold it for greenbacks, and bought a new hat for $3.00. My old military cap was lost as I was carried off the battlefield.
The probability is that I will be unable to use my new one in many days to come.
Miss Janet F----sent off some letters for us through the lines to Southern Dixie, by means of some of Mosby's men, who are very often in the city.
All of us wrote to the loved ones at home.
These bold young scouts carry out haversacks filled with letter