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The ladies of Boston, Mass., were informed that five thousand shirts, for soldiers, were required within twenty-four hours. They joined with them some of the ladies of Roxbury, secured the assistance of sewing-machines, went to work in “Liberty Hall,” their Headquarters, and had the whole number completed fairly within the allotted time.--N. Y. Tribune, May 10.

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