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May 3, 1866

“Pleasant  Went up to the green. attended general class meeting but few present. John waited upon me home and passed a few very pleasant hours with me.” 37 more words

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Looking into Dismounted Cavalry for Period 1866-1870

For the period 1866-1870, Austrian, Prussian and French cavalry were supposedly trained to fight dismounted according to my reading.  Not that there is much record of the cavalry actually doing so but I have thought about doing it to give players more options on the battlefield.  701 more words

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Hiram E. Leonard Diary, May 2 - 8, 1866

“2nd Wednesday  A cold pleasant day & evening  I did my choars was at the office all day & in the evening came home at about 8 ½ & went to bed about 9 ½ tiard lonely & about sick. 236 more words

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May 2, 1866

“Rain in the morning pleasant in the afternoon. went up to the cemetary (sic). John passed the evening with me  very pleasant time.” – Hattie E.F. 10 more words

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April 29, 1866

“Pleasant. Attended sabbath school and the afternoon services. Mother went to Bridgewater  John waited upon me to the evening prayer meeting  passed a few pleasant hours with me after meeting  It was most a lovely evening.” 13 more words

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April 28, 1866

“Pleasant. remained at home during the day. John passed the evening with me.”  – Hattie E.F. D.

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April 27, 1866

“…as the time draws nearer when we are to separate only brings him nearer to my heart.”

“Pleasant. remained at home during the day. a lovely evening  I long to see and be with John who is dearer to me than life itself and as the time draws nearer when we are to separate only brings him nearer to my heart  may God prepare me for the separation.”

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