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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 3. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 4 0 Browse Search
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ck Street.--Major James Munrrell, D. D. Bunch, Miss S. Cobia, Thos. Arnold, John Winthrop, B. O'Brien. Mr. Bullwinkle, Miss Mary McCall. Col. De Treville, of the Seventeenth regiment, rendered the most efficient aid in the admirable arrangements of his forces. We learn that a subscription list for the relief of the poor, who are sufferers by the terrible conflagration of Wednesday night, has been opened at the Bank of Charleston, and the following liberal donations already made: Gourdin, Matthiessen & Co.$1000 T. D. Wagner500 George W. Williams & Co.500 The following notice was posted on the bulletin board of the Mercury Thursday morning. This prompt action on the part of the Commissary General must meet with the approval of our entire community: "Food and shelter for those deprived of their homes by the sad calamity of Wednesday night, may be obtained on application to F. S. Holmes, at the Soldiers' Wayside Depot, Ann and Mary street. Joseph Walker."