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Mark Flower Letter: May 28 1863

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Creator: Mark Flower
Subjects: Civil War, 1861-1865
Date: May 28, 1863
Format: Image/jpg
Original Format: Document
Resource Identifier: A003176
Collection Number: c00005 – Emma Miller Papers
Language: English
Rights Management: Educational use only, no other permissions given. Copyright to this resource is held by Michigan State University and is provided here for educational purposes only. It may not be reproduced or distributed in any format without written permission of the University Archives & Historical Collections, Michigan State University.
Contributing Institution: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections
Relation: c00005 – Emma Miller Papers
Contributor: MSU Archives and Historical Collections
Mark Flower Letter: May 28 1863, Page: 1

Mark Flower Letter: May 28 1863
Mark Flower Letter: May 28 1863

Dear Emma.
I send you
a specamine “Pass” _ issued from
our Office, and which every one
has to have that pass through
our lines _ or by Guards.
Mark.

Mark Flower Letter: May 28 1863, Page: 2

Mark Flower Letter: May 28 1863
Mark Flower Letter: May 28 1863

[1863, May 28]
good any where, and any
time.
Dear One. You say
that “you write every week _
and that I should receive
letters from you that often _
In answer I would say.
for the past month your
letters have been very regular _
But previous to that time. they
were rather irregular _
But Dear
Emma _ your letters from
me would answer that ques=
-tion. for they are all an=
-swered as soon as received.
We are somewhat expect=
-ing to move with our. division
to Vicksburg soon _ every thing
is in readiness _ It depends
however upon the fortunes of
war _ if Genl Grant is repul-s
sed we will very probibly
reinforce him for Vicksburg
must Come this [pull?].
No Dear Emma I have not
been feeling very well for
some time but I imagin

[Written sideways on left-hand side of Scan 1]

Love to [Jon?]. &. family _ and tell your
Mother I often think of our social chats _ that
still remain fresh to my mind. Tree-Thousand Kisses _
Mark

Mark Flower Letter: May 28 1863, Page: 3

Mark Flower Letter: May 28 1863
Mark Flower Letter: May 28 1863

it is naught but “Laziness.” I am
doing well – and eating very reg=
-ular “rations” and more too [remainder of line illegible in original]
My hand trembles this morning
and Imagine you will excuse the
poor writing.
I received letters
from Minnesota yesterday
Mother visits Aurora in June. two
of my Sisters will most likely ac=
-company her. She intends making
a “Grand Tour” _ I presume will go
to Ohio and perhaps New York, before
returning to Minn. She says if
I Cannot procure a Leave of Absence,
she will come and see me _ but
of course I would never consent to
any thing of the kind – as it is
, and will be very unhealthy at
that Season of the Year.
Dear _ dear, Emma be very Care-
-ful of your health _ I want to Kiss
“red” cheeks when I see you.
I would like to see you and
your Mother very much –
Write to me very soon,
I. Remain
“Your Own” –
Mark
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