Wheelock G. Veazey to Julia A. Veazey
I am worried to death about you, have not heard from you for almost a week. What
can be the matter. Should thought you wouild have written if you were not well.
I cant write at all myself until I hear from you. Am afraid something has
happened to you. I do hope I will get a letter to- morrow. I expect I have lost
the oysters on the election, from the news to day. did you get those letters
about the money. I first
wrote that I wanted you to send some & then countermanded the order. It rains about all the time here now. I am well. General Stoughton has sent a letter back to his Mother. He has failed to be confirmed by this mishap. He would have been confirmed Monday the day after he was taken, but his name was withdrawn by the President. Col. Stanard of the 9th will get it probably. Col. Blunt is trying
O I wish I could see you to night. What are you doing my love? I hope you are
not sick. You must let me know at any time that you are any sick. I should feel
better than this sus- pense allows. Darling Angel, do you know that I love you.
You would if you were here. If that baby troubles you I will fix him one of
You must put up short short letters unless you write to me. What can be the reason. Good night darling. I do hope I will hear to-morrow
Yr. fond husband Wheelock