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The Winter and the poor. --The "Army Committee of the Young Men's Christian Association and Ladies' Soldiers' Aid Society," have made an earnest appeal to the benevolent and patriotic throughout the Confederacy to forward contributions of money and supplies at once, to enable them to provide for the wants of our soldiers and their families. Clothing of all kinds, and especially shoes, are in great demand.--Contributions may be forwarded to Mr. Roger Martin, or to Col. Wm. P. Munford, Chairman of the Army Committee. We learn that, since the beginning of the war, the Army Committee have received from private contributions more than five hundred thousand dollars' worth of property in clothing and food, which has been distributed to soldiers, to their families, and to the poor generally, in all parts of the Confederacy, as well as one hundred thousand dollars in money, expended in medicines and other high-priced necessaries for the indigent sick and suffering. The City Council