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Warren Maltby Diary

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Warren H Maltby Diary, Page 2-3

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Friday, September 19th, 1862: We started at 7 o'clock AM for Washington via South Amboy Camden Philadelphia on Baltimore R.R.

Saturday September 20th, 1862: We started for Camp Berry today a distance of 1 ½ miles

Tuesday September 30th, 1862: We reached Fort Baker today very good fort

Thursday October 14th, 1862: News came that the enemy was coming the guns of the for were all loaded & the men slept at their posts but nothing happened however

Wednesday December 17th, 1862: I was paid $21.20 today sent $15 home and kept $6.20 for my own use

Tuesday January 13th, 1863: I went to Fort Greble on a pass & on my return I lost my pocket book containing $2 and my watch key

Thursday January 8th, 1863: Clift Eames came here from home tonight and brought a box from home.

NOTE: Clift Eames was the son of Daniel Eames, a Corporal in the 10th, Co A. All three men were from the Town of Rutland.

Wednesday January 14th, 1863: Arthur Russell is here tonight he starts for home tomorrow on a furlough of 45 days



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