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tevenson. From 28th Virginia regiment, per Rev Peter Tinsley, Chaplain. From Gen Pegram's Brigade, per Joseph Maye, E q Mayer. From Fauquier Artillery, Capt Marshall, per Jno W Cable. From the "Stonewall" Brigade, composed of the 2d, 4th, 5th, 27th and 33d Virginia regiments. From 1st Virginia battalion of infantry and dismounted cavalry, per Capt Lynham. From 1st company Richmond Howitzers, Cabell's battalion, per Sergeant R W Wyatt. From Wolfolk's and Taylor's batteries, of Huger's battalion, per Sergeant Wyatt. From the 7th, 8th, 9th, 11th and 59th Georgia regiments, of Gen Anderson's Brigade, per Mayer John Hockenball, Com. From the companies of Capts Richmond, Utterbach and Wyatt, of Poague's artillery battalion, per Sergeant Barnett. The Committee earnestly request contribution in money and supples to meet the pressing demands upon them. Contributions should be sent to Roger Martin, Superintendent, or to Wm P Chairman of the Army Committee.
s we feel that it is our duty to appeal to our fellow citizens throughout the Confederate States to forward, without delay, contributions of money and supplies to the Army Committee of this association, Since the commencement of the war this Committee has labored jealously and faithfully for the temporal and spiritual welfare of our soldiers and their families, and for the success of our glorious cause. Let those soldiers not be discouraged now, upon the eye of our severest, and, as we trust, our last and most glorious campaign, for want of the generous sympathy and support of their friends at home. Shipments made to Roger Martin, Superintendent, or Wm P Munford, Chairman of the Army Committee, will be promptly attended to. And in accordance with a special agreement made with the Superintendent of the Southern Express Company, all express charges will be paid by them at Richmond. Contributions of money should also be sent to there gentlemen. Wm Willis, Jr, Pres. A D E