Thursday Sept 24 A very fine day Marched through the city & went to Several places of public note & at night went to a grand banquet given us by the ladies of Iowa City & it beat any thing of the kind I ever saw & the brigade will ever feel grateful to the citizens for the kind treatment we were used first class at 12 midnight I started home with H Glider arrived in Wellman at 4 in morning I paid Glider 50 cts
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