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||on the morning of the 2nd. when within 3/4 of a mile of Grayson we was all very tired and lay down in the road where we halted and slept soundly until daylight.
||Were roused up this morning stiff, sore and hungry and expecting to have a fight in an hour or so with Humphrey Marshals force, but the rebs had fled during the night. So we marched through town and camped in a nice meadow near town where we rested until 4 P.M. we grated corn and baked cakes enough to last us to the Ohio River.
We started at 4 P.M. and marched 12 miles camping near Old Town arriving there at 12 Oclock that night. tiresome marching