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Charlotte (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 18
The ladies of Richmond. It is well that the ladies of our city should know that the volunteers from other Southern States are not forgetful of their kind attentions while sojourning here. We therefore present for their perusal an editorial from the Bulletin, published in Charlotte, N. C.: We were pleased to learn, on Saturday last, from the Quartermaster of the First North Carolina regiment, Capt. J. B. F. Boone, (who has just recovered from a brief spell of sickness caused by measles,) that the ladies of the city of Richmond have, by their great liberality, untiring exertion, and devotion to the Southern cause, placed the Regiment stationed at Yorktown under great obligations to them. The facts are as follows: Capt. Boone, in prosecuting the duties of his office, his regiment needing a new outfit of clothing, repaired to Richmond to have them prepared by the tailor; but finding them overrun with work, he made inquiry of a friend, a Baptist clergy man of that city,
J. B. F. Boone (search for this): article 18
the Bulletin, published in Charlotte, N. C.: We were pleased to learn, on Saturday last, from the Quartermaster of the First North Carolina regiment, Capt. J. B. F. Boone, (who has just recovered from a brief spell of sickness caused by measles,) that the ladies of the city of Richmond have, by their great liberality, untiring exertion, and devotion to the Southern cause, placed the Regiment stationed at Yorktown under great obligations to them. The facts are as follows: Capt. Boone, in prosecuting the duties of his office, his regiment needing a new outfit of clothing, repaired to Richmond to have them prepared by the tailor; but finding them st and Episcopalian denominations, immediately set to work and plied their needles day and night until the work was completed, (three thousand pieces,) and when Capt. Boone attempted to thank them for his soldiers — the ladies refusing payment for their services — they silenced him with the declaration that they were largely indebt