At Bro. Bob�s. Sept 28th
Mr. A. W. Feemster.
I recd your favor of the 23d inst. day before yesterday, and in compliance with your request am now attempting to write you again before I leave this side of the river. Myself & bro Harry came up here this evening on our way across the river. We start on from here in the morning. Bro. H. bought a little mule for my accommodation. Gave $200 for him. There is a young man here belonging to my company who has been waiting to cross the river with me. He has no horse, and we will ride there & back with him. In this way we will not