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Morristown (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 8
A patriotic lady's plan. Asheville, N. C., Jan. 29, 1864. To the Editor of the Richmond Dispatch: Dear Sir: Knowing how constantly you are occupied with the advancement of our cause, I feel that you will not deem it impertinent if I bring to your notice a suggestion made to me a few days since by a highly educated and patriotic lady of this place. She proposes that every woman in the Confederacy should give all her silver, much or little, to aid to its resources at this trying crisis. She is of opinion, and I think correctly, that many millions of bullion — a noble offering — could thus be laid on our country's altar. "What woman," she asks, "would not glory in the wooden spoons that would replace the silver." For one she would cheerfully give up relies of forty years standing — marriage presents, and the more substantial household silver given to her by her husband. She asks, "is the thing impossible?" I beg leave to repeat the same question to you, as one bette<
January 29th, 1864 AD (search for this): article 8
A patriotic lady's plan. Asheville, N. C., Jan. 29, 1864. To the Editor of the Richmond Dispatch: Dear Sir: Knowing how constantly you are occupied with the advancement of our cause, I feel that you will not deem it impertinent if I bring to your notice a suggestion made to me a few days since by a highly educated and patriotic lady of this place. She proposes that every woman in the Confederacy should give all her silver, much or little, to aid to its resources at this trying crisis. She is of opinion, and I think correctly, that many millions of bullion — a noble offering — could thus be laid on our country's altar. "What woman," she asks, "would not glory in the wooden spoons that would replace the silver." For one she would cheerfully give up relies of forty years standing — marriage presents, and the more substantial household silver given to her by her husband. She asks, "is the thing impossible?" I beg leave to repeat the same question to you, as one bett<