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The Daily Dispatch: January 5, 1863., [Electronic resource], Something about the first Virginia--a New Year's dinner. (search)
was; it said to our hearts. Although you are not forgotten; though some of you may never return to your homes; the memory of you will be ever grunt." Everything passed off in the best member; the men enjoyed the good things hugely, and the pleasure which they evinced secured to be infinitely gratifying to the fair donors, who stood by and looked stallingly on. When the dinner was every, which was not the hungriest of the "Bloody Flat" was more than satisfied, three rousing cheers for Mr. Keningham and three for the ladies of Richmond were given, and the men were marched back to their quarters. We venture the that ours is the first regiment that has been complimented with a dinner since the war began. A happy new year and many returns to the ladies who gave it. I can ensure them their kindness will never be forgotten. After being marched back to our quarters, the bands of nerdy parties were taken, in order that they might be supplied with clothing, the gift of citizens of R