3 Jan 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi Soldier's Letter


3 Jan 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi Soldier's Letter

This item has been shown 0 times.

Buy Now

3 Jan 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi Soldier's Letter:
$65


This the beginning of a rather lengthy correspondence of Private Isaac T. Bishop Company "C", 55th Illinois Infantry. His picture along with that of his mother and sister will be sold when we get to the end of the letters.


Ordnance Office 17th Army Corps

Corner of Crawford and Monroe Streets

Vicksburg, Miss.

January 3rd, 1863


My Dear Sister,


I have just written to Uncle Jefferson Strong and who deserves the next one more than you though I have not had a letter from you in a long time.

Well, Vickie, the holidays are all over and we are moving along as usual. I shall never forget the happy times I have had in Vicksburg this winter.

This is Sunday and the bells are ringing for church in every direction. Vickie, I am feeling very bad about my girl having to be banished from here for leaving church while the minister was praying for the President and his cabinet. I can tell you they looked sheepish when they left. They said if the damned yankees wished to put them through the lines for that they could go to hell.

Have you herd from Henry since the late battle? You asked me if I had heard from Willie. I have not heard from any of the boys in a long time.

What is the reason you do not write oftener? Have the stamps played out or the paper?

Well, I can’t think of a thing to write about unless it is my sweet heart and I guess it will be the best policy to close.

Please write immediately and except this from your brother.

Isaac Bishop


PURCHASES COMBINED TO SAVE ON SHIPPING!

. Buyer pays $3.75 for U.S. and Canada,PLEASE NOTE! I ship all other FOREIGN by AIR MAIL REGISTERED at a cost of $17.00. No Exceptions please.Payment to be made in 5 days of purchase. Good Luck with your offerding!



3 Jan 1863 Vicksburg, Mississippi Soldier's Letter:
$65

Buy Now



Archive Of  Civil War Cpl Who Served At Elmira; Became Successful Inventor picture
Archive Of Civil War Cpl Who Served At Elmira; Became Successful Inventor


1864 John Noble, 140th Infantry, Boston picture
1864 John Noble, 140th Infantry, Boston


Csa Mrs A M Annely, Rutledge St, Charleston Sc picture
Csa Mrs A M Annely, Rutledge St, Charleston Sc


1865 John And Horace Binney American Lawyer, Us Representative Cover picture
1865 John And Horace Binney American Lawyer, Us Representative Cover


Noblespirit No Reserve {3970} Rare Civil War Union General Howard Signature picture
Noblespirit No Reserve {3970} Rare Civil War Union General Howard Signature


1863 Ohio Infantry Civil War Letter From Camp Near Vicksburg, Mississippi picture
1863 Ohio Infantry Civil War Letter From Camp Near Vicksburg, Mississippi