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The Daily Dispatch: August 6, 1862., [Electronic resource], The skirmish near
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The army Committee of the Young men's Christian Association acknowledge the receipt of the following contributions and supplies for the sick and wounded soldiers, during the month of July: Mrs. Geo C Hannah, Charlotte county, Va, shirts drawers, pants, coats, &c. Mrs. Collier Hutcheson and L M J, Wylliesburg, Charlotte, pillows, fly-brush, &c. Ladies of Sumpter, S C, one box clothing, and one ditto wines, &c. Mrs. Martha E Ward, Jennings Ordinary, sage, bandages and rags. Mrs. P Buford, Bedford, turkey wings, slippery elm and lint. Rev F M Barker, Hanover, eggs, 12 shirts, butter and rags. From--, pkg of lint, bandages and rags. Bbl and box of ice from --. R J Smith, biscuit. S Cottrell, lint and bandages. Robert Burton, Christiansville, Va, turkey wings, socks, butter, ham and bread. Mrs Julia M Nelson, Louisa 11 shirts, 5 pairs drawers, 2 pairs socks, jar butter, &c. Mrs Wellington Gordon, Louisa, 70 lbs butter.