olunteers of Elizabeth City.
They join with me, in regret, that their offering in the present instance is so small, but we all indulge the hope, that the suffering families of our noble soldiers in our respective native counties may be so relieved, that we may soon again present a cheerful, (though small) and willing offering to the relief of the noble sons of Elizabeth City. Wm., H. Moozh, Geo. Sohoppert, Matthew Gemmell, Isaac James, Wm., D. Seal, James Holt, Chas. Holt, Thos. Newman.
Enclosed please find $8, sent you for the relief of the Elizabeth City soldiers by the above armorers.
You are at liberty to appropriate to such company of the Elizabeth City volunteers as in your judgment may need it most.
I think the armorers under my charge here will organize, and make a monthly contribution to the suffering people of Elizabeth City. Very respectfully, Wm. H. Moozh.
The soldiers of Elizabeth City, we are glad to see, are not forgotten.