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March, 1862. March, 1 Our brigade, in command of General Dumont, started for Lavergne, a village eleven miles out on the Murfreesboro road, to look after a regiment of cavalry said to be in occupation of the place. Arrived there a little before sunset, but found the enemy had disappeared. The troops obtained whisky in the village, and many of the soldiers became noisy and disorderly. A little after nightfall the compliments of a Mrs. Harris were presented to me, with request tha
or Seyes, not half an hour before the time when he was to be delivered up, but I fear now the money will never be repaid.
Started for Murfreesboro.
The day is beautiful and the regiment marches well.
Encamped for the night near Lavergne.
I called on my friend Mrs. Harris.
She received me cordially and introduced me to her daughter, a handsome young lady of seventeen or eighteen.
They were both extremely Southern in their views, but chatted pleasantly over the situation, and