Enclosed is a letter to the Sunday School, which you will please deliver to some one to read

Joseph Culver Letter, February 7, 1864, Page 1

Head Qrs., 1st Brig., 1st Div., 11th A.C.
Nashville Feby. 7th 1864

My Dear Wife

Enclosed is a letter to the Sunday School, which you will please deliver to some one to read.1 I have been interrupted so often that I fear very much it will not prove interesting.

I have a very bad cold & a constant tickling in my throat & as the room is getting cold, & it is growing late, I do not deem it prudent to write much. It has just struck ten.

To-morrow will be a busy day, so that I shall not have time to write before the next mail goes out. Give my love to all. Do not forget to remember me to a throne of Grace. May God bless you. I feel very anxious to hear from you. Good night.

Your Affect. Husband
J. F. Culver

  1. J.F.C.’s  letter of February 7 to the Sunday  school  is missing from the Culver Collection. []

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