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Hanover County (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 5
Contributions for the soldiers. Editors Dispatch--I desire to acknowledge through your columns the receipt, from the hands of Miss Mary Taylor of this city, of thirty-five pairs of socks from the Mt. Oliver Sewing Society, and twenty-one flannel Shirts from Mrs. Lavina Taylor, of Hanover county, for the "Harrison State Guards." Co. "C." 31st Regiment Virginia Volunteers, (Mrs. Taylor upon the yarn, wove the flannel, and made the shirts herself.) They will be distributed in accordance with the request of the fair donors, and the recollection of the donation will contribute not less to the comfort of the gallant men, than the articles given. If the men of the Confederate States will prove themselves worthy of the ladies who have contributed so much to our glorious cause, then, indeed, will we be unconquerable. W. P. Cooper. Dec. 23d, 1861.
United States (United States) (search for this): article 5
Contributions for the soldiers. Editors Dispatch--I desire to acknowledge through your columns the receipt, from the hands of Miss Mary Taylor of this city, of thirty-five pairs of socks from the Mt. Oliver Sewing Society, and twenty-one flannel Shirts from Mrs. Lavina Taylor, of Hanover county, for the "Harrison State Guards." Co. "C." 31st Regiment Virginia Volunteers, (Mrs. Taylor upon the yarn, wove the flannel, and made the shirts herself.) They will be distributed in accordance with the request of the fair donors, and the recollection of the donation will contribute not less to the comfort of the gallant men, than the articles given. If the men of the Confederate States will prove themselves worthy of the ladies who have contributed so much to our glorious cause, then, indeed, will we be unconquerable. W. P. Cooper. Dec. 23d, 1861.
W. P. Cooper (search for this): article 5
Contributions for the soldiers. Editors Dispatch--I desire to acknowledge through your columns the receipt, from the hands of Miss Mary Taylor of this city, of thirty-five pairs of socks from the Mt. Oliver Sewing Society, and twenty-one flannel Shirts from Mrs. Lavina Taylor, of Hanover county, for the "Harrison State Guards." Co. "C." 31st Regiment Virginia Volunteers, (Mrs. Taylor upon the yarn, wove the flannel, and made the shirts herself.) They will be distributed in accordance with the request of the fair donors, and the recollection of the donation will contribute not less to the comfort of the gallant men, than the articles given. If the men of the Confederate States will prove themselves worthy of the ladies who have contributed so much to our glorious cause, then, indeed, will we be unconquerable. W. P. Cooper. Dec. 23d, 1861.
Lavina Taylor (search for this): article 5
soldiers. Editors Dispatch--I desire to acknowledge through your columns the receipt, from the hands of Miss Mary Taylor of this city, of thirty-five pairs of socks from the Mt. Oliver Sewing Society, and twenty-one flannel Shirts from Mrs. Lavina Taylor, of Hanover county, for the "Harrison State Guards." Co. "C." 31st Regiment Virginia Volunteers, (Mrs. Taylor upon the yarn, wove the flannel, and made the shirts herself.) They will be distributed in accordance with the request of the fairinia Volunteers, (Mrs. Taylor upon the yarn, wove the flannel, and made the shirts herself.) They will be distributed in accordance with the request of the fair donors, and the recollection of the donation will contribute not less to the comfort of the gallant men, than the articles given. If the men of the Confederate States will prove themselves worthy of the ladies who have contributed so much to our glorious cause, then, indeed, will we be unconquerable. W. P. Cooper. Dec. 23d, 1861.
Mary Taylor (search for this): article 5
Contributions for the soldiers. Editors Dispatch--I desire to acknowledge through your columns the receipt, from the hands of Miss Mary Taylor of this city, of thirty-five pairs of socks from the Mt. Oliver Sewing Society, and twenty-one flannel Shirts from Mrs. Lavina Taylor, of Hanover county, for the "Harrison State Guards." Co. "C." 31st Regiment Virginia Volunteers, (Mrs. Taylor upon the yarn, wove the flannel, and made the shirts herself.) They will be distributed in accordance with the request of the fair donors, and the recollection of the donation will contribute not less to the comfort of the gallant men, than the articles given. If the men of the Confederate States will prove themselves worthy of the ladies who have contributed so much to our glorious cause, then, indeed, will we be unconquerable. W. P. Cooper. Dec. 23d, 1861.
Contributions for the soldiers. Editors Dispatch--I desire to acknowledge through your columns the receipt, from the hands of Miss Mary Taylor of this city, of thirty-five pairs of socks from the Mt. Oliver Sewing Society, and twenty-one flannel Shirts from Mrs. Lavina Taylor, of Hanover county, for the "Harrison State Guards." Co. "C." 31st Regiment Virginia Volunteers, (Mrs. Taylor upon the yarn, wove the flannel, and made the shirts herself.) They will be distributed in accordance with the request of the fair donors, and the recollection of the donation will contribute not less to the comfort of the gallant men, than the articles given. If the men of the Confederate States will prove themselves worthy of the ladies who have contributed so much to our glorious cause, then, indeed, will we be unconquerable. W. P. Cooper. Dec. 23d, 1861.
December 23rd, 1861 AD (search for this): article 5
Contributions for the soldiers. Editors Dispatch--I desire to acknowledge through your columns the receipt, from the hands of Miss Mary Taylor of this city, of thirty-five pairs of socks from the Mt. Oliver Sewing Society, and twenty-one flannel Shirts from Mrs. Lavina Taylor, of Hanover county, for the "Harrison State Guards." Co. "C." 31st Regiment Virginia Volunteers, (Mrs. Taylor upon the yarn, wove the flannel, and made the shirts herself.) They will be distributed in accordance with the request of the fair donors, and the recollection of the donation will contribute not less to the comfort of the gallant men, than the articles given. If the men of the Confederate States will prove themselves worthy of the ladies who have contributed so much to our glorious cause, then, indeed, will we be unconquerable. W. P. Cooper. Dec. 23d, 1861.