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The concert, to-night.

--The object of the concert to night, by the amateurs, at the Second Baptist Church, is one which appeals directly to every patriotic heart, and it is with more earnestness than usual that we invoke a full attendance. The volunteers of Western Virginia have suffered more deprivations and exposures during the war than any other soldiers in our army. They have endured it nobly and fought bravely, and very few of the bounties lavished upon other gallant men in the field have fallen to their portion. An opportunity is now afforded our citizens to make up, by small individual contributions, a handsome aggregate for their benefit, while at the same time the delightful harmony of the musicians offers a full equivalent. Never mind the weather, but go.

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