Editor’s Note: This article was transcribed by Jackie Martin.
FRAZERS’ FARM, June 16th, 1864.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER:
Will you please state for the relief of our friends, with whom we have no direct communication at this time, that the only casualty in the Fredericksburg battery, since leaving Spotsylvania Court House, is the wounding of Julian Moncure, whose wound, though painful, is not at all serious.
By doing so, you will confer a great favour upon both the battery and its friends. A MEMBER.1
- No title. Richmond Examiner. June 18, 1864, p. 2 col. 4 ↩