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The Daily Dispatch: may 14, 1862., [Electronic resource], The ladies and the
Donation of a bell. The following is a copy of a letter acknowledging the receipt of a bell, donated by a citizen of Kinston, N. C., to the Ordnance Department of the Confederate Government: Ordnance Depot, Richmond, May 12, 1862. Dr. Thomas Woodley, Kinston, N. C., Sir: I am directed by Col. J. Gorgas, Chief of Ordnance, to acknowledge the receipt of a bell, presented to the Confederate States of America, by "Charlie Beaurgard," through you — his father. I am, also, directed to thank you, in the name of the Department, for this patriotic donation; and I hope, earnestly, that "Charlie Beauregard" may live long enough to enjoy the blessings of that-liberty we are all now struggling to obtain. I am, sir, very respectfully, Your ob't servant, W. S. Downee, M. S. K. of Ordance.