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Letter from Jacob Bruner to Martha J. Bruner
			
Millikins Bend  La.
9th La Vols. A.D.
May 6, 1863

Did you get the $30 dollars which I sent you pay day?  Can goods 
all along for three months if you run of money let me know before 
it happens.

JB

I am well this morning.  The weather is quite cool this morning 
fire feels quite comfortable.  There is a report of considerable 
progress in the front.  It is stated that seven thousand rebels 
were captured at Grand Gulf.  Other reports say seventeen hundred 
is the number taken.  We expect them in this neighborhood today 
where they will be guarded until they are paroled; sent North, or 
exchanged.  
I will send you some 

			
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Letter from Jacob Bruner to Martha J. Bruner


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