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We invite attention to the advertisement signed by Captain E. P. Alexander, in relation to arms captured from the United States in battle, which, in a large number of instances, are retained by private citizens as trophies. All such arms are the property of the Confederate States, and we need hardly say that the country needs them for her soldiers in the field. We hope the press throughout the South will allude to this matter, and that every man having such a trophy will give it up without hesitation.

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