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connected with it visits to other hospitals gratitude of the men to whom she has ministered appeals to the women of Berkshire her encomiums on their abundant labors Among the large number of the ladies of New York city who distinguished themPort Hudson, Plain's Stone, and other hard-won fields), with a maimed arm, that he was rewarded with the hand of one of Berkshire's fairest daughters, a member of this patriotic family. Several other young men, members of the same family, have alsoer, but they will never forget the face that bent above their couch of pain. The native county of Mrs. Davis, Berkshire, Massachusetts, was famous for the abundance and excellence of the supplies it continually sent forward to the sick and suffering soldiers. The appeals of Mrs. Davis to the women of Berkshire, were numerous and always effective. Her letters were exceedingly graphic and spirited, and were published frequently in the county papers, reaching not only the villages in the teem