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Important to sick soldiers.

--If the good people of the counntry about Richmond knew how important it is to supply the various hospitals with vegetables of all kinds, and what urgent and constant appeals are made to the Army Committee for such articles, we are sure they would send them in by cart loads. And yet they could not send too many, for the demand is far beyond the supply. Bushels upon bushels are called for daily; and, really, it seems to us, that it would cost the farmers and gardeners very little to send in peas, potatoes, tomatoes, &c., occasionally.--These things they can send at very little cost and not miss them.

Remember the place, Depot of the Army Committee, Y. M. C. A., one door above W. D. Blair & Co., Main street. The committee are ready to receive and dispense all charities and donations to the sick in the various hospitals here, or at a distance.

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