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6 May 1864: “Your mother writes me that John is noticed as conspicuous for gallantry in the action at Plymouth.”

Item description: Letter, dated 6 May 1864, from William Alexander Graham to his son, James Augustus Graham. In the letter, Graham discusses the failure of an attempt to transfer his son into General Cooke’s division, the death of his sister … Continue reading

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