Kate Cumming: A Journal of Hospital Life in the Confederate Army of Tennessee.

Sunday, November 2.—Went down to the depot this morning, as I heard General Withers’s division was passing through on their way west, and I was in hopes I would hear something of my brother; was not disappointed, as I met Colonel Buck and Captain Muldon of the Twenty-fourth Alabama Regiment. They told me he was well. His company has gone another route. The army is en route for Murfreesboro, the western portion of this state. It is thirty miles south-east of Nashville.

Went to the Episcopal Church this morning; heard a very good sermon. Mr. Denniston introduced me to some very nice ladies belonging to the place. He is post chaplain here. He called to see us yesterday.


Kate Cumming: A Journal of Hospital Life in the Confederate Army of Tennessee.
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