Patriotic contributions for the army.
Since our last report, on the 12th inst., the register at the Passport Office
exhibits a vast, amount of volunteer contributions of clothing for the army, from Mississippi
, North Carolina
, and other States.
The aggregate up to Monday night last was $396,891, since which time the following have been forwarded:
C. C. Anderson
, $2,000 worth boots for 14th Virginia.
L. Vels Jos. Martin
, James L. Barrow
, and Joseph O. Hall
, $6,000, clothing to 11th North Carolina:
, Wm. Schafer
, and J. J. Martin
, $1,200, clothing to 12th North Carolina.
J. S. Bullock
, $2,351, clothing to 9th Georgia.
R. P. Baker
, $ clothing to 6th Alabama.
E. C. ndiff, $ clothing to 14th Virginia.
A. B. Fitzgerald
, $400, clothing to 38th Virginia.
J. B. Goodman
, $700, clothing to 14th Virginia.
, $400, clothing to 3d South Carolina.
$350, clothing to 20th Georgia.
and L. Edmonson
, $3,300, clothing to 11th Georgia.
John A. Simonton
, $3,000, clothing to 2d Georgia.
W. M. Simms
, $11,400, clothing to 7th, 16th, 18th, 19th, and 20th Georgia.
R. G. Tuttle
and L. W. Gilbert
, $780, clothing to 12th North Carolina Volunteers.
N. F. Wilson
, $275, clothing to 1st Virginia Cavalry.
A. B. Walker
, $1,000, clothing to 6th North Carolina.
T. H. Walker
, $150, to same.
Total, $ ,700--making an aggregate of $405,400 in value, in addition to which large contributions find their way to the army through private channels, of which we have no means of obtaining an account.