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Georgia Liberality Towards Volunteers. On the eve of the departure of the Quitman Guards from Forsyth, Ga., a few days ago, the sum of $1200 was raised by the citizens for the benefit of the families of those members of the corps who might need aid during their absence. At Perry, the same liberality was manifested, and $1200 raised in a few moments, for extra equipments of the Southern Rights Guards, Capt. Houser, of Houston county, with a pledge additional that the draft of the company for a similar amount on the citizens would be promptly honored, whenever presented.

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