Title: Letter signed General J.J. Reynolds, Beverly, Va., to W.G. Eliot, December 9, 1861
Description: Explains that "operations are probably over in West Virginia for the winter" except for some guerrilla warfare, expresses opinions about Nathaniel Lyon, John Fremont, and General Halleck, says that he thinks about the University, and tells that his brother Edward has died.
Place: United States
Maker/Creator: Reynolds, Joseph Jones, 1822-1899
Subjects: Civil War, 1861-1865
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