The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 32, July 1928 - April, 1929 Page: 299
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Diary and Letters of William P. Rogers, 1846-1862 299
has said that he will mention him in his report to his own Gov-
It will be a satisfaction to you to learn that the Federal com-
mander has assured General Van Dorn that "every respect and a
soldiers burial" will be given to him "who fell so bravely."
Accept Madam the assurance of my sympathy for you in this
bereavement, and of my sincere respect.
Very truly yours,
Dabny H. Maury.
To Mrs. W. P. Rogers
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