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Another noble example.

We copy the following from the Lynchburg Republican:

Messrs. Editors:--For years, on account of physical disability, I have not been able to exercise on foot, and when residing in Appomattox I was exempt from military duty; but all I have in means and children will be freely given for the defence of my State and section, and I am willing to be one of ten to raise five thousand dollars to aid in properly equipping the volunteers of the city.

’ Those of our citizens who will have to march for the defence of our country, and whose families are not able to spare the labor of the husband and father, should have assurances given them by our people before they start, that they need have no care on that score, for our citizens should regard the support of their wives and little ones as a sacred duty.

Yours, truly,

Henry D. Flood.

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