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The Daily Dispatch: October 7, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Notice. I — Persons who are sending clothing and supplies to troops in the field, are requested to mark distinctly on the package (with marking ink) the name of the party for whom intended, the Regiment to which he belongs, and the place of destination, care of Quartermaster at Richmond, to whom the usual railroad receipt should be forwarded by the shipper. II.--Many packages arrive at the depots of the railroads in Richmond with paper marks rubbed off; of course their destination cannot be known by the Quartermaster. Others are imperfectly marked, and cannot be identified. III.--All articles deposited at the Quartermaster's Office in Richmond, for shipment, must be left there before 3 o'clock, P.M., to insure their shipment on that day. J. Maury Garland, au 23--ts Capt. and Ass't Q. M.