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the benefit of all the regiments and companies of soldiers in our vicinity who may have work necessary to be done. President--Mrs. F. P. Cowper. Vice President--Mrs. G. R. Atkinson. Treasurer--Mrs. F. H. Powell. Secretary--Miss N. W. Powell. Board of Managers--Mrs. Dr. J. N. Atkinson, Miss Nancy Valine, Mrs. W. H. Stevenson, Mrs. Joseph Gwaitney, Miss Fanny Jordan, Miss Alida Jordan. Resolved 1st, That each member may either come at the appointed hour of meeting oritney, Miss Fanny Jordan, Miss Alida Jordan. Resolved 1st, That each member may either come at the appointed hour of meeting or contribute to the Society treasury, as may beet suit her convenience. 2d. That a copy of these proceedings be sent to each Colonel in command in our vicinity. 3d. That a copy of these proceedings be sent for publication to the Richmond Dispatch, Petersburg Express, and the Norfolk Day Book Miss N. W. Powell, Secretary. Smithfield, Aug. 21, 1861.
pular sentiment during the present revolution as has taken place in the eastern section of this State in the last ten days. Letter from Hon. T. A. R. Nelson. The following letter from Mr. Nelson is published in the Knoxville Register, of the 16th: Having been arrested in Lee county, Va., taken to Cumberland Gap, and sent to Richmond, Va., I deem it due to all those who have had me in actual custody, to state that they have treated me with uniform civility and kindness. To Captain Powell, at Cumberland Gap, and Lieutenants Plumiee and Cocke, and Sergeant Gillespie, who had charge of the 70 men who guarded me from the Gap to Abingdon, and to the soldiers under their command, I feel especially indebted for their remarkable good conduct on the way, and the respectful treatment I received at their hands. Of Major Lee, and Lieutenants Plumlee and Cocke, and the men who brought me from Abingdon to Richmond, and have had charge of me since I came here, I have no language at my