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The Daily Dispatch: December 24, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Fredericksburg Sufferers. We learn that the following contributions have been received, from the country and other towns: Lynchburg Common Council, $2,600; citizens of Lynchburg, through Wm M. Blackford, Esq, $1,750; J. A. Campbell, of the War Department, from citizens of Mobile, $100; J. H. Sherrard, Cashier, Farmville, $10; from citizens of Bristol and Goodson through J. Q. Williams, $363; from Frederick Johnston, for self and others, of Salem, Va., $322, from Somerset and Enon Churches, through R. L. Coleman. $100; Charles Bruce, of Charlotte, 8400, John R. Bryan, $50, Mrs. J. M. M. Allan, Rosenwilk Culpeper county, $50; Miss Bettle R. Whitehead, Petersburg, $5; James D. Coleman, Caroline, $100. Philip B Jones, Orange, $150. The committee have aided a number of refugees with money, and are to-day sending up a considerable quantity of flour, bacon, and other provisions to Hamilton's Crossing, to be distributed to he needy — who embrace the whole population of Fredericksbur