Correct I don't her well wear a hearing aid in both ears. Problem could be from military service but that is food for another post. So I don't hear so well, perhaps you could type just a little louder.
I can read pretty darn good tough.
But not everyone could be made to accept the proposal. On March 4 and 6, the Virginia
legislature agreed that slaves and free blacks could fight in the Confederate army, but their military
service would not result in emancipation. The Confederate Army and Davis managed to overcome
the opposition by the Virginia legislature and the Confederate Congress to emancipation by adding
to army regulations that slaves could fight if they so desired and if their masters submitted a written
approbation that the slave could be freed after the war.
Have a Dixie Day.