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Mark Flower Letter: June 5 1864

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Creator: Mark Flower
Subjects: Civil War, 1861-1865
Date: June 5, 1864
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Original Format: Document
Resource Identifier: A003215
Collection Number: c00005 – Emma Miller Papers
Language: English
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Relation: c00005 – Emma Miller Papers
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Mark Flower Letter: June 5 1864, Page: 1

Mark Flower Letter: June 5 1864
Mark Flower Letter: June 5 1864

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Headquarters 1st Brigade Enrolled Militia,
District of Memphis.
Memphis, Tenn., June 5th 1864.
Miss Emma Miller
Madam.
I am requested
by Capt Mark D. Flower, to write you and
explain his reasons for not writing I am sorry
to say that he has been laboring under indis-
position for sometime past. so much so that he
has not been able to attend to the duties of his
office he often being oliged toKeep his [illegible in original]
altogether. he therefore [illegible in original] me to say that he
trusts you well exccuse his seeming neglect
in not replyling to your commmuications
I am happy to say however that he is fast
recovering and I have no doubt you will receive
a letter from him in the course of a few days.
I have the honor to be
Madam
Your most obedient servant
[illegible in original].Jason. Parker.
Clk. Hdqrs Enrolled Militia D ofM.
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