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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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and fight. [Cheers for Bennett.] Mr. Haynor said he had no means to contribute, but he was ready to shoulder his musket and go wherever he was required. He had a large family, but he knew they would be taken care of. [Applause.] He had an only son, and he, too, was ready to unite with a regiment, to do his duty to his country. [Cheers.] Ex-Judge Birdsall said he had but limited means, but he gave $25 to the fund, and within a week should be in the field himself. (Applause.) Nat. Waring said that he had already fitted out three young men in Brooklyn, would now contribute. $25, and if it were necessary he would go himself. (Applause.) The Hon. Stephen B. Cushing, late Attorney-General, said that a son and clerk he had already sent to the war, and his partner was about to leave as colonel of an entire regiment. Mr. Choate stated that Mr. Fullerton had appropriated $500 for the support of the Newburgh Company, which his nephew commanded, and he now added to this fun