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Christmas contributions to the soldiers in General Lee's Army.

--A note from Mr. H. A. Hamilton, the enterprising agent of the Southern Express Company, states that any presents sent by the relatives and friends of those soldiers in General Lee's army who are located near Chester, Dunlop's crossing or Petersburg, will be carried free of charge if left at the Express office before 4 o'clock on the afternoon of Saturday, the 24th instant.

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