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The Daily Dispatch: December 2, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Acknowledgment of donations. Camp Near Centreville, Nov. 28, 1861. Editors Dispatch: --Allow me to acknowledge through the columns of your newspaper the receipt of the following donations to the Lanier Guards, of Baltimore: Mrs. Wallace and daughters, Glen Wallace, 16 pairs yarn socks. Misses Nannie and Candace Barrett, Louisa Court-House, 24 pairs yarn socks. Ladies of Falling Waters, Berkely county, Va., 54 pairs socks. Mrs. Cunningham, Culpeper, 10 pairs socks. Ladies of Locust Dale, Madison, county, Va., 25 pairs socks. Ladies of Orange, 15 shirts and 27 pairs socks. Mrs. H. C. Moore, Orange, 16 pairs socks. I should be doing injustice to great merit were I to fail to notice the acts of our generous patron, Mr. L. L. Lanier, of Richmond. Ever since the organization of the company he has been literally its friend, manifesting at all times a warm and active interest in the wants of all its members; but I would more particularly