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ses, their larders, their needles, and their personal services, and have done for our sick soldiers a generous and blessed work, for which their only earthly reward is the enthusiastic gratitude of the poor fellows whom they have relieved. Nor do they grow weary in well doing, although this labor of love grown daily on their hands. But it is perfectly obvious that the work of charity may be expected soon to assume proportions by which their strength will be utterly overwhelmed. While Culpeper has furnished her due share of volunteers for the war, it is not fair to respect this one neighborhood of the county to be burthened with the whole care of the sick of a great army, drawn from a large part of Virginia, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana. It seems to me as much as we can ask of them to bestow time and labor for the relief of those whom Providence thus throws upon their Christian charities, while the people of all the region from which these troops come shou