Moved into Fredericksburg this morning at sunrise, in a brick house here. Lived in ambulance three days and nights. Long enough. I have been to see Macy. It seems queer for him to be here — the place he has fought in and fought for so much. I am pretty weak. My head not bad. Stump painful. A week or two will set me right again. . . . . Very long, long day. Sleep on the floor without any cover. Not cold.
SOURCE: Francis Winthrop Palfrey, Memoir of William Francis Bartlett, p. 100