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To ANNIE ADAMS FIELDSDecember 6, 1862, Wheeling                I meant to write to you dear Annie as soon as I returned from Pa.[1] but have been prevented from one day to another—I wish you and Mr. Fields could have been with me up…

To ANNIE ADAMS FIELDS August 28, [1862], Wheeling My dear Annie  Your letter did me so much good the other day. These are sad lonesome days for us here. The war is surging up close about us. O Annie if I could put into your and every true woman’s…

To ANNIE ADAMS FIELDS July 10, [1862], Baltimore   Dear Annie and Annie’s vis-a-vis at the breakfast table—for I hope you are there—that I may say good morning. I hope the sun is glinting on the ivy trailed over the vase—and that the sea…

To ANNIE ADAMS FIELDSJune 4, [1862], New York City My dear Mrs. Fields Will you be glad to see me soon? At home I always promise myself a pleasure every Saturday night—after the fashion of our ‘plus [ ]’ brothers. So next Saturday morning I…

Review of Jessie Benton Frémont'sThe Story of the Guard, a Chronicle of the War[1] The subject, the authorship, and the style of this book combine to secure for it the immediate attention of American readers. In our own case, this attention has…
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