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the arm, or give comfort to the heart that beats and strikes in your defence? Send them to us. We want materials and tools and money to build this vessel. We want iron for boilers, engines and armor. Contributions in any of these, or of anything which may be converted into these, will be acceptable. The metals, especially iron and lead, are scarce. Iron railings, old and new; scrap iron about the house; broken plough-shares about farms, and iron in any shape, though given in quantities ever so small, will be thankfully received, if delivered at the Tredegar Iron Works, in this city, where it may be put into the furnace, reduced, and wrought into shape, or turned into shot and shell. Subscriptions in money, plate, or jewelry, should be sent to Mrs. R. H. Maury, Treasurer of the Association; if made in building materials, or tools, they should be sent to Capt. Farrand, Rocketts; and if in grain, or kind, to--; all in the city of Richmond. All papers please copy.