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The Daily Dispatch: January 11, 1862., [Electronic resource], The late Hen. John C. Legrand, Chief Justics of the State of Maryland. (search)
ved over our brave volunteers on the bloody fields of battle, but have ever been ready at all times to administer to the sick and wounded soldiers; and their sympathy and kindness will nerve the arm and cause to glow, in the bosom of many a soldier the fire of patriotic courage, when in the hour of battle he thinks of the fair ladies whose homes he is defending. Among the members most active and energetic in those deeds of charity and benevolence, we mention with pleasure the names of Miss Octavia White, Miss Annie and Miss Mollis Hurner, and Miss Catharine. William-son, who will long be remembered with gratitude and pleasure by many Mississippians, to whose comfort and relief, when upon the bed of sickness, they have solgenarously and zealously contributed. In behalf of the Mississippians at Warrenton, I here return our sincere thanks to them for their benevolence and kind attentions. At the same time we assure them that their homes shall never be desoluted by the ruthless invader