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s. John G. Blair, 16 pairs gloves for N. W. Mrs. George Hannah, 11 pairs socks, 1 pair gloves. Arthur McClash, contribution $5. Contributions for soldiers' Lodge. Lewis D. Crenshaw$25 00 Richard Meade25 00 R. B. Haxall25 00 Ginter, Alvey & Arents25 00 Dunlop, Moncure & Co25 00 Kent, Paine & Co25 00 John A. Lancaster & Co25 00 Wm. Ira Smith25 00 Ellet and Drewry25 00 L. Nunnally20 00 Bacon & Baskerville20 00 John C. Robson20 00 Lieut. Quinan20 00 Alfred Moses15 00 John Dunnivant10 00 S. M. Price & Co10 00 Ellet & Weisiger10 00 George J. Sumner10 00 Rev. A. E. Dickinson10 00 S. L. Johnson5 00 W. Peterson5 00 James Woodhouse5 00 Dr. George N. Skipwith5 00 William Bell5 00 Chas. E. Kent5 00 Cash2 00 Ladies Aid Society109 00 Contributions intended for the Soldiers" Ledge, or for the sick and wounded soldiers, can be left with the members of the Army Committee, as follows: W. P. Manford, at office of J. M. & K. Company; J. and Jas. near