30 October 1861: “thare have not bin nothin of eney a count sence i rote last”

Item description: Letter, 30 October 1861, from George W. Harris, a sailor on the U.S.S. Richmond (while the ship sailed in the Louisiana portion of the Mississippi River), written to his aunt in Philadelphia, Pa.

Item citation: From folder 1 of the George W. Harris Letters, #3657-z, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Item transcription:

USS Richmond
October 30th, 1861

Dear aunt, i rite these few lines to you to let you no that i am well at present and hope that you are the same thare have not bin nothin of eney a count sence i rote last it is now 12 o clock wile i am riting and the lite is so dim that i cant see the lines [?] not [?] to rite no more give best to Sam and wish [?] and Aunt [?] and [OHarey McCuley?]

George Atmore is well and sends his love to his father and mother and the rest of the famley.

Yours truley,
George W. Harris

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