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An appeal to the ladies of Richmond in behalf of the first regiment

--As winter is approaching, and our armies are likely to be exposed to inclemencies of a winter campaign I would respectfully suggest the wisdom of timely preparation of suitable clothing. In addition to a suit of clothes and shoes which the city has kindly promised, I propose that the ladies undertake or provide each soldier in the Regiment with two pair of socks by the 1st of October Messrs Wordsworth, Turner &Co. have kindly consented to receive and forward to the Regiment the work as soon as it is delivered. We look for the usual generous and patriotic response that has characterized the ladies of Richmond since the commencement of our troubles an 13--6t

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