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John Herndon [wount] [dont] start them, I wreaken the next time we [orgune] Organize the armey we had bet [ter] all bee Of ficers or privates one for thare is too much dif farence made in them, Capt Herndon expects to get another fur lough soon after Christmas to go home but if I had it in power he would not get one til the last man in his company get one.
I wreaken you think I am going the other side of my self, I dont think [think] thare will be much
The Govenour came out the other day an made us a speech an tride to get the men to reinlist for the war, an when he had quit speeken the Colonel had us all in line an then had the Cullars cared to the front andthen told all the men that he wanted all who wer determen to be freemen to step out on the line with the cullars andall who wer willen to be slaves for thare enemyes to stand fast anI wreaken thare wer a bout one third of the men went on line with the cullars andthe rest stood fast, I dideant inten to reinlist nor I wes not willen to be a Slave for my enemyes and I dident go on line with the reinlisted, and I dideant wish to bee in eather line.
I am sure thare is nothin that affords me more plesure than to recieve a letter from any of my frends or relation at home. but its sildom I get a letter I had bin exspectin a letter from you too or three weeks before I received it I wreaken I will have to excuse you this time far not writen sooner an hope that you will doo beter next time. this will in farm you that my self an Brother are both well an much hopeing this will reach you indue time [and] find you all injoying the same great Blesing and all [all] other Blesing that home can afford, we have some sickness in camp now which come from [unclear: exposure]