NO ENTRY Oct. 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th,
5th MONDAY 6
Henry S. Youngs Died.
NO ENTRY 7th& 8th
Today I received a very nice box of goodies from N. Y.
Js and Mr. & Mrs. Barker.
NO ENTRY - Oct. 10th, 11 th, 12th & 13th
Mrs. Dr. Stockes, Mrs. Dr. Vanburon & Mr. H.
Winder, private left for home.
The weather is cold & rainy.
NO ENTRY - Oct. 15th & 16th
Today Jake & I with forty or fifty other of the sickest
shipped aboard of the Mary Benton for F. M. Good by Craney Island at F. M.
we were transfered to the Hospt Ship Enterpe (?)
At 8 A. M. the steamer Spaulding took 1~S in tow for N.
Y. City. The weather is fine. This morning one corps (corpse) was sent
ashore before we left F. M.
The weather continues good. Last night two men died.
And during the day today five more died. At night the wind rises a little.
At 6 A. M. we cast Anchor in the North River. After
dinner, a part of us was transfered to Fort Wood Bedloes Island.
Here we live more like white folks, only we have no
stoves in our tents yet & to us newcomers it seems pretty cold.
NO ENTRY - 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th & 27th
Today I received a letter from Sylvia by way of C. Isl.
with five dollars enclosed.
This morn went to the office to get a letter & too my
great delight I found Mr. E. M. Pettit hunting for me. he gave or lent me an
X. At night he went back to the city.
NO ENTRY - Oct. 30th
Today I feel very miserable. In fact I do most of the