oxes of clothing.
From Waynesboro', Augusta county, 2 bbls, flour, 1 bbl. bread, and 3 kegs butter-milk every week.
From Mrs. Stapleton Sneed, Nelson county, 1 basket eggs, 2 buckets butter, 1 box vegetables, 10 chickens, 1 jar honey, 1 sponge cake, loaf sugar and tea, 2 bags herbs.
From Keswick Aid Society 4 boxes of vegetables, 3 loaves of bread and biscuit, 2 buckets butter, 4 cans butter- milk, 1 bbl. flour, fruit, 1 bucket of lard, 3 baskets of eggs.
From Miss Lizzie Lewis and Miss Mary Johnson, butter, eggs, chickens, vegetables, &c., at different times.
From Frank Minor, Esq., vegetables.
From Mrs. Maury, Mrs. Sinclair, Mrs. Duke, Mrs. Fife, and Mrs. Farish, milk daily.
From Mrs. Maury, jelly, preserves, cake, and wines.
From Raleigh, N. C., through Mr. Ross, 2 large boxes clothing.
From Rev. Henry Smith, J. D. Campbell, Esq., and Mr. Yates, Greepsboro', N. C., tin-ware, wines, clothing, &c. From the La. and S. C. stores, pillows, clothing.
There have been many small