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ir sons, and are searching the hospitals for them.
They were not in our hospital, and we could give them no information, so they went on to others.
There is more unhappiness abroad among our people than I have ever seen before.
Sometimes I wish I could sleep until it is over — a selfish wish enough; but it is hard to witness so much sorrow which you cannot alleviate.
July 18, 1863.
This day two years ago the battle of Bull Run was fought, a kind of prelude to that of Manassas, on the 21st.
Since that time what scenes have been enacted!
Battles have been fought by scores, and lives, precious lives, have been sacrificed by thousands, and that, too, of the very flower of our country.
Again I have heard of the death of one of our dear E. H. S. boys-William H. Robb, of Westmoreland.
He was with us for four years, and was very, very dear to us all. He died of wounds received in a cavalry fight at Brandy Station.
We thought he had recovered, but this evening brought the fatal ti