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[365] families during the war, and which was afterwards repaid by the Commonwealth, was as follows: In 1861, $135.36; in 1862, $932.37; in 1863, $2,053.01; in 1864, $589.79; in 1865, $687.89. Total amount, $4,398.42.

The ladies of Worthington did every thing within their power and means to provide comfortable articles for the sick and wounded soldiers, which were sent forward to the front.

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