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The Daily Dispatch: February 12, 1862., [Electronic resource], An appeal on Behalf of the Hampton refugees (search)
laining fortitude, than the sufferers of the Peninsula. The committee deem it only necessary to bring to the knowledge of the country the sufferings and wants of these unfortunate and patriotic refugees, to secure for them liberal contributions. Their condition makes a strong appeal to the humanity, patriotism, and piety of the public. We are engaged in a great struggle for our national independence. Sacrifices are demanded of all; but those sacrifices should, as far as possible, be equalized. It is confidently hoped that the sufferers of Hampton and its vicinity will be made to feel that they have the sympathies, and may rely upon the generous support, of their fellow-citizens. It will be seen that a Treasurer has been appointed to receive and a committees to distribute, any contributions that may be offered for the unfortunate sufferers. W. C. Rives. Windham Robertson Geo. Woodridge, T. V. Moore. J. L. Burrows. D. S. Doggett. J. B. Jetes.
Directors. For the removal of lunatic convicts from the Penitentiary to the Lunatic Asylum. To incorporate the Virginia Rolling Mills Company. For the recovery of $27,000 in specie, stolen by the usurped Government of Western Virginia from the Exchange Bank of Weston. To convert the Northwestern Bank of Virginia into a separate and independent establishment. Authorizing the re-organization of the Culpeper Minute Men and the Culpeper Riflemen. Miscellaneous. Mr. Buford submitted a resolution in regard to excepting from the provisions of an ordinance passed by the Convention such State securities as have been acquired by loyal citizens since June 26th, 1861. Mr. Robertson presented a bill authorizing certain corporations to issue small notes in sums less than one dollar. Mr. Anderson, of Botetourt, laid before the House the report of Major-General Talliaferro of the seizure of the Gosport Navy-Yard. Ordered to be printed. Adjourned.
socks, and 8 comforts, for 31st Va. regiment. Prince George Ladies' Relief Society, 43 pairs socks, 26 flannel shirts, 3 cotton 13 pairs drawers, pillows, &c. Miss Virginia E. Dade, contribution, $10. Ladies S. A. Society, Halifax C. H., black berry wine, jar butter, preserves, dried fruit, shirts, drawers, &c. Ladies of Dr. Baker's Church, 31 pairs gloves. Mrs. Cunningham, 27 pairs gloves. Citizens of Florence, Ala., three boxes hospital supplies. Mrs. Windham Robertson, for Richmond Zouaves, 24 pairs socks. Mrs. Steger, Mrs. Hardaway, and Miss Alice Harrison, 21 pairs gloves, 7 pairs socks. Mrs. Poindexter, 8 pairs gloves. Mrs. Barnes, through Dr. Lazarus, 26 pairs gloves. Misses P. and L. Cowherd, Louisa, 32 pairs socks. Mrs. E. V. Quarles, Mrs. A. Lewis, and Englewood Female School, 30 pairs socks. Mrs. E. V. Quaries, two pairs flannel drawers. Middleburg S. A. Society, for N. W., 25 pairs socks. Florence,