Letter written to George Quilty by George H. Gra[?] of the 4th Vermont Infantry Regiment. This is a scanned version of the original image in Special Collections and Archives at Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vt. Help us improve our transcriptions! If you see an error, email us at email@example.com .
Hd Quarters 7th Vermont Barrancas Fla. July 18th 1863
Friend George Received yours of June 29th this morning and was happy to hear from you I had not heard from you in a long time before but should have written before only I have been very hard at work & another thing I sprained my right wrist-So that There was quite a spell I could not wright [sic] hardly any I will do what good I can with your [receipt?] for fever anger. it is a thing that never troubled me much. We have good news from up the river Vicksburg with twenty Seven thousand prisoners one hundred and eighteen Guns was taken on the fourth of July by Genl. Grant, and Port Hudson Surrendered with five thousand prisoners on the 9th of July to Genl Banks. I hope you will get your appoin- tment you have good [muse?] working for you wish I had been at Lake Dunmore. Excuse short letter this time for I have many to wright remember me to your folks and all the boys From Your Friend Geo. H. Cramer Com. Sergt 7th Vt vols.
direct Letters Com. Sergt Geo. H. Cramer 7th Vermont Volunteers Barrancas Florida