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on in each week. Many other meetings were held for work and consultation: several ladies did their work for the society at their own dwellings. The society retained its organization, and continued its Christian and patriotic labors from April, 1861, to July 28, 1865; during the whole of which time Mrs. Richard Borden was president, whose ceaseless devotion to the interests of soldiers merits their warmest acknowledgments, as does also the services of Mrs. Ames, first vice-president, Mrs. William Munday, Mrs. Mary Durfee, Mrs. Arnold, and Miss Caroline Borden, the secretary and treasurer of the society. The society received during the period of its existence $3,347.76 in cash, which was properly expended for materials to be made up for the use of the soldiers. Among the articles furnished were 200 soldiers' uniforms, 231 bed-sacks, 131 bed-quilts, 365 bedcom-forters, 87 blankets, 355 sheets, 262 pillows, 307 pillow-cases, 167 cushions for wounds, 90 dressing-gowns, 380 cotton shirt