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Isaac visited with his friends Mr. and Mrs. Kettle. He heard back from Richmond, and acknowledges that it will be a while before he receives a promotion.
Isaac again reiterates his sorrow of hearing of his brother's death and his desire to be with his family to grieve together.
Isaac is very weary and in need of new clothing, which he is hopeful of getting. Isaac's friend Archer wrote him, saying he requested that Isaac be appointed the surgeon for Colonel Giles's regiment. Isaac still mourns the death of his brother…
Issac's regiment will be getting horses and serving as infantry for General Imboden. Isaac receives notice that they are going on an expedition with an unknown destination.
Isaac updates Jinnie on the injuries and deaths of their friends, including the death of Alfred. The 62nd has very few men left. They will not be fighting, though they are in the line of battle.
Isaac's command si waiting for a successful movement on the part on General Lee before they move themselves.
Isaac tells Jinnie about his desire to be in the army after reaching Camp Washington and meeting so many nice gentlemen and seeing many friends there. He hopes the war will be over soon so that he may be with Jinnie.
Isaac writes to Jinnie, still grieving for the death of his brother.
Still in the hospital, now joined by friends Dick and Alvin, Isaac requests that his sister's servant is sent down with Alfred to serve Isaac in the army.
Isaac is receiving treatment at the Hospital Col for Dysentery and Cholmorbous.
Issac updates Jinnie on the status of their badly hurt friend Alfred, as well as the final numbers of losses from the previously mentioned battle. He is anticipating being joined by George Briggs.
General Grant is making his way to Chichommany, and so Isaac's division is marching there. Isaac mourns the death of his friend John Higginbothem.
Isaac hears that Jinnie's father passed away, and Isaac attempts in his letter to consol her
The 62nd suffered a great loss in Winchester, with 2,000-3,000 kills and wounded. Isaac expresses how horrible he thinks war is, even during the excitement of a battle.
Isaac delayed his march to Mt Crawford one day in order to visit the Waughs family in Staunton. He believes his command will march a long way soon, to an unknown destination.
Isaac's command has been fighting in battles for the past five days, but he made it out unhurt. He describes the horror of the battle, as his side lost up to 600 injured or killed.
Isaac, along with 250 men, are marching to Beverly to capture the garison stationed there. The expedition will take up the three weeks.
Isaac denounces the author of an article claiming that Imboden's command, which Isaac is a member of, was responsible for the failures at Winchester. He asks about the members of his family and again complains of not hearing enough news from them.
Isaac asks Jinnie and his family to write him more often. His command is advancing on the enemy near Mt Crawford. Isaac comments on how the enemy has destroyed the country and burnt nearly everything to the ground.
An exhausted and ill Isaac reports to Jinnie about the relentess fighting he has been engaged in since the last letter he wrote her.
Enduring many enemy attakcs, Isaac's troop made it to Williamsport under orders to guard a wagon train. His suffered great loss, having 80 soldiers killed and wounded.
Mary writes to inform Isaac that her husband is in fact dead.

This letter was sent from M. Armstong to Edgar Knapp on June 1, 1863.

This letter was sent from Mrs. A. Chandler to Edgar Knapp on December 25, 1862.

This letter was sent from Nicolass Boley to Edgar Knapp on January 21, 1863.

This letter was sent from O. H. Wolcott to Edgar Knapp on May 23, 1864.

Ms2013-028_B1F13_Physicians Essentials.pdf
An advertising pamphlet of drugs considered "Physicians Essentials." The booklet ends with the ways druggists can order drugs from the manufacturer.

This letter was sent to Edgar Knapp from his brother on January 11, 1863.

This letter was sent from States Clark to Edgar Knapp on February 2, 1863.

This letter was sent from W. Crane to Edgar Knapp on July 6, 1863.

This letter was sent from William Hawhorn to Edgar Knapp on August 27, 1863.

This letter was sent from Z. Z. Miles to Edgar Knapp on October 24, 1863.
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