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of one College in this war.

--Charlottesville. (N. C.) Observer gives the following record of the University at Chapel .

‘ an disaffected men have sometimes to promote their own pupatriotic ends to persuade ignorant people that this war and that the poor men are fight them. The statistic of the University of give the lie to this infamous who receive education at that of course the sons of men of pro it requires a large amount to pay the a college education, and if they have army in great numbers it is but reason suppose, what indeed well known to other wealthy young men have done . We have lately been placed in possession following perfectly reliable facts.

University catalogue showed 430 member this year, 1863, is but 63, (and are either too young to go into are physically incapable.) This rewards that nearly all the young men of the army instead of being at college. Senior Class of 8 at the Commencement one are known to have fallen eight of that class who received the four are in their graves, a fifth is a , and we believe that the others . The Freshman Class of that number, entered the service with so the only one of them remained the late Commencement, and even in the army and been discharged on health.

in 1860, consulting of fourteen one of whom was liable to conscription , one of whom, Lieut. Roy another, Lieut. Brayn, is Lieut, Col. Martin, was se Bristow, and a fourth, Captain turned from a long imprisonment .

member of the Faculty or laymen beyond the age of . Every son of any one of them of eight in all, has entered the . Two of the eight have been wounded. As pertinent to these be mentioned that the village of Chapel and suffered in like proportion . Fifteen young men of Chapel responded and suffered in like proportion Fifteen young men of the village perished, being more than half of the.

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