airs socks and one case domestic wines.
G. W. Binford, $5.00, George Williamson, 1.00; J. G. Womble, 1.00; S. R. Borum, 5.00; Warren & Billups, 5.00; Dr. Granier, 5.00; Rev James Murray, 5.00; Foster & Moore, 5.00; Cincinnatus Morris, 2.00; Wm. T. Harrison, 1.00; Jno. A. James, 1.00; C. W. Grandy, 5.00; F. W. Seabury & Sons, 5.00, Lewis Dey, 2.00; J. A. Gordon, 1.00; M. A. & C. A. Santos, 10.00; Cary Weston, 15.00; J. Freeman and others, 11.00; T. D. Toy, 4.00; Rev. C. e county, $5.00; Thos. Scott, Orange county, 5.00; Mrs. J. D. Johnson, Spotsylvania, 13 pairs of socks; Ladies of Warrenton, box of books.
We have, then, the handsome sum of $504 besides other valuables to the soldiery.
Our special thanks are due to Rev. Dr. Seeley and J. B. Wood, Esq., of Richmond, and to Prof. C. Morris and Rev. C. H. Toy, of Norfolk, for the interest they manifested in the welfare of the Alexandrians. Yours truly, John L. Johnson, Chaplain 17th Va. Regiment.