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Acknowledgment from the ladies. --The ladies of the "Hospital Association," at Culpeper C. H. Va., acknowledge the following receipts of moneys for the use of the sick and disabled soldiers at that institution. William Overton, of Louisa, $12; Milton Kartley, of Mountain Top, Alb., $20; from ladies of Petersburg, $10; Wm. Suns, of Madison, $10; Mrs. Goodwyn, of Hicksford, Greenville co., $10; from a "Lady Freind," $5; Z. W. Pickrell, Petersburg, $19; Mrs. Wm. T. Joynes, Petersburg, $5; "M. C. H.," Atlanta, Ga. $10. Also, sundry packages, boxes, &c., from citizens in different portions of the State. In addition to these, numberless wagon loads have been received from friends in the vicinage and adjoining counties. They will cheerfully continue to respond to any call that may be made by the surgeons at Manassas Junction for comforts for the sick soldiers who may be compelled to remain there. Those sending contributions are requested to enclose their cards in each box or package