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with whom she is associated, for presents of needle-books and handkerchiefs for the soldiers.
May 24, 1861.—Governor writes to Lieutenant Amory, U. S. A., mustering officer at Boston, Whatever rations, clothing, &c., you may want for the soldiers, after they are mustered in, will be furnished upon proper requisitions.
The same day, he writes to A. W. Campbell, of Wheeling, Va., inclosing an order passed by the Executive Council, loaning that city two thousand muskets.
He writes to William Robinson, of Baltimore, Md.,—
I have gratefully received, and desire cordially to acknowledge your very kind letter, concerning the fate and last days of poor Needham, of Lawrence, Mass. Allow me also to render to you my thanks in behalf of those most nearly related to the young man, as well as in behalf of all my people, for your Christian, brotherly conduct towards the strangers who fell in your way, rendering the offices of a good Samaritan.
I have sent a copy of your letter to the Ma