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rbutics. The good effects of this benevolent association are being already developed through their energetic and worthy committee. Below is the statement of receipts and disbursements of concerts of the 21st and 28th of March. Statement of receipts of concerts March 21 and 28, 1865, given for the benefit of sick and destitute officers: Receipts. By cash$187 55 178 pounds tobacco, 50089 00 —— $276 55 Expenses. Total expenses$92 30 Balance184 25 —— $276 55 Cash receipts$187 55 Less expenses92 30 —— Amount of cash$95 25 Amount of tobacco for distribution, 178 pounds. R. W. Carter, Colonel First Virginia Cavalry; C. E. Chambers, Captain Thirteenth Alabama; W. Hays, Lieutenant Second Kentucky Cavalry, committee. Christian Association directory. President—I. Hardeman, Lieutenant-Colonel Twelfth Georgia, Division 22. First Vice President—T. A. Boyle, Adjutant Thirty-second North Carolina, Division 25. Second Vice-Presiden