EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS OF THE LATE BRAINARD H. WARNER, WRITTEN FROM WASHINGTON, 1863.; The first was written a few days after his arrival here, and several weeks before his sixteenth birthday, so they are to be considered as a boy's letters. Brainard H. Warner.

EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS OF THE LATE BRAINARD H. WARNER, WRITTEN FROM WASHINGTON, 1863.; The first was written a few days after his arrival here, and several weeks before his sixteenth birthday, so they are to be considered as a boy's letters.

Washington DC: Columbia Historical Society, 1930. First Separate Edition. Printed Stiff wrappers. (13)pp, offprint from the records of the Columbia Historical Society, Vol. XXXI and XXXII. Printed gray wrappers; spine roughened, small piece of old transparent tape at top. 9" x 6" Good. Item #037630

Random quotes: "...April 21, 1863. I am in the U.S. General Hospital, in Judiciary Square. I get $18 a month and $3 clothing money....Trains of Government wagons and ambulances, two or three miles long, are frequently passing....June 16...The rebels are not likely to reach Washington, although they are working desperately to attain this place. I am heartily glad they have commenced marching into Penna., because it will arouse the North.... July 5...Vicksburg is ours, and we have good reason to hope that our flag will soon wave over Port Hudson....July 15. Confound our Generals! They have let Lee escape with his army...." Sept. 18...I see Father Abraham almost every day. I have seen Mrs. Lincoln once...," &c., &c.

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