Isaiah Conley Civil War Correspondence, February 13, 1864 (Ms2015-051)

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Plymouth, N.C. Feb’y 13, 1864 My Dear Carrie, I have been very busy all day, and have now just learned that there is a boat going out in half an hour, so I will drop you a hasty line. We have no news here of im- portance. So far as we know the Rebels have nearly all withdrawn from Eastern North Carolina. From what little news we can gather, I think they found it necessary to withdraw their troops from here to protect some other points. All is quiet here now. I still enjoy excellent health. I have not had a letter from you for about two weeks. I would like very much to get one soon. My love to you all. In haste Your Affecty Husband I. Conley

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Isaiah Conley Civil War Correspondence, February 13, 1864 (Ms2015-051)

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Ms2015-051_ConleyIsaiah_1864_0213

Bibliographic Citation

Researchers wishing to cite this collection should include the following information:Isaiah Conley Civil War Correspondence and Research Materials, Ms2015-051, Special Collections, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Va.

Citation

Conley, Isaiah, 1830-1901, “Isaiah Conley Civil War Correspondence, February 13, 1864 (Ms2015-051),” VT Special Collections and University Archives Online, accessed February 24, 2024, https://digitalsc.lib.vt.edu/Ms2015_051_ConleyIsaiah/Ms2015-051_ConleyIsaiah_1864_0213.