In the letter Curry discusses possible military movements and the progress of the war: "I do long for peace again, but never wish to see it untill we have secured our rights and independence." He urges his son to stand for election as captain and...
In the letter Curry discusses a recent drought and the effects it will have on the Confederate cause: "If the drouth continues, and I fear it will, it will be the greatest of calamities to the Confederacy--with good seasons provisions would be made...
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