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R. E. Lee camp, No. 1, Confederate veterans, Richmond, Va., January 15th, 1884.
The above Camp of old Confeds see and feel the necessity for concentrated effort to aid and care for the disabled of our comrades, who have no Government to bestow bounty upon them, and who must rely on those who experienced the hardship of soldier life, and those who have sympathy for them.
We have had kindly greetings from the Boys in Blue—who were on the other side—and call on those of the Gray who may be disposed and able to assist us.
We have determined to hold a grand Fair in this city for the purpose indicated in May next, or as soon as we can, and would be grateful for such contributions of money or merchandise as will make our efforts a success.
Please make prompt reply if you can help us.
With soldierly greetings, we are,
Your old comrade Confeds, R. H. Fox, J. B. Mckenny, D. S. Redford, J. T. Ferriter, W. T. Ashby, Committee.
the Mercer cavalry, from Spotsy