Letter from Abraham Penman, to his Wife, from Camp Curtin, August 1861

A D 1861
Camp Curtin [Early August]

Dear wife and friends,

   I take this opportunity of letting you of where-a-bouts. Wee arived  here 9 o’clock yester day. Evry thing appears to go on right here. The boys is in good spots of spirets. No one thougt of rewing. Wee was swore in to day. This place appears a helthy. There is plenty good water and grub. Wee intend to send all home all that wee wore when wee left. I have no more time to write at present. I reman yours, 

A Penman

This slip is my serific what to present to the commiperrs.