The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 72, July 1968 - April, 1969 Page: 439
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Notes and Documents 239
My position here now is a very good one. I have commanded a com-
pany since the Ist of May last, and will retain it for some time to come.
I see by the papers that great preparations are making for the Agri-
cultural Exhibition. Expect it will be large.
To-day is election day with you and should it be raining as hard with
you as with us I pity you as much as I do one of my comrades who
started this morning on a scout. He did not go on foot but took a lot
of men mounted on Qr. Mss. Mules. What would you have given for a
sight of them?
I have written you a long letter which I very much fear contains
nothing. Perhaps the length will make up for what it may lack in
Give my kindest regards to inquiring friends, if it so happens you
should meet with any. Much love to Sister Lizzie and tell her I will
answer her kind letter by next mail.
With my best wishes believe me as ever
H. E. Dungan
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