Letter from Ted Barclay to Hannah Moore Barclay, July 13, 1863 (correspondence)
Barclay, Ted, 1844-1915
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Reports army entrenched north of Potomac River from Hagerstown to Williamsport. Meade pursuing very slowly. Anticipates battle, retreat across river (after Battle of Gettysburg). Reports army's morale high, clothing ragged, transportation inadequate. Regrets loss of friends killed, wounded, captured. Mentions that he has not heard from "Cousin Sandy" whose full name is Elihu Alexander Barclay.There are three files available: a PDF transcription, a plain text transcription, and a PDF which was created from scans of the original document.