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Isaac N. Cocke (search for this): article 16
For the sick. --Dr. Hoge, Chaplain of the Camp of Instruction, desires us to say that if persons who wish to send supplies of any kind for the use of the sick soldiers at that camp, will deposit their contributions at the grocery store of Mr. Isaac N. Cocke, on Broad street, next door to the Fredericksburg depot, they will be conveyed to the camp every morning at 8 o'clock.
For the sick. --Dr. Hoge, Chaplain of the Camp of Instruction, desires us to say that if persons who wish to send supplies of any kind for the use of the sick soldiers at that camp, will deposit their contributions at the grocery store of Mr. Isaac N. Cocke, on Broad street, next door to the Fredericksburg depot, they will be conveyed to the camp every morning at 8 o'clock.