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, but the inhabitants put me in mind of the devirion of land & water on the globe; one fourth white and three fourths black; got back at noon, took dinner
Saturday Oct 25th 1862. At Camp near Sesington it rained all day & in the Eve- began to snow
Sunday Oct 26th 1862. The morning came forth & the ground was covered six inches deep with snow the like was never known before in. At 8 Oclock we wer called out to go on picket.
Monday Oct 27th 1862. It was very pleasant and the snow passed rapidly. Wer released at 8 Oclock
Tuesday Oct 28th 1862. The snow has disappeared and is quite plesant
Wednesday Oct 29th 1862. Brigade Review by orders of General Gilmore
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