s Annie R------u, of Martinsburg, now on a visit to Washington, also wrote to me.
January 19th to 22d
Sunday.--Lieutenant Bryde and Captain Rankin received boxes of eatables, and generously invited us all to partake of the good things.
The chickens, cheese, butter and biscuits were eaten with great relish.
Superintendent Wood gave me a permit to receive clothing from Mr. Coulter of Baltimore, which I forwarded.
January 24th and 25th
Received a letter from Mr. Alfred Bennett, of Baltimore, telling me a friend of his in Washington would furnish me with any clothing I might need.
January 26th to 30th
A sentinel summoned me to the Superintendent's office, where I found Mr. Clark, who directed me to receipt for a box of clothing, just forwarded by express by my excellent friend, Mr. J. M. Coulter, of Baltimore.
The box had been opened and its contents examined by Clark, who ordered the guard to carry it to room 9, where I gladly looked at the welcome an