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Thomas C. DeLeon, Four years in Rebel capitals: an inside view of life in the southern confederacy, from birth to death., Chapter
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The Army Committee of the Young Men's Christian Association and Ladies' Soldiers' Aid Society acknowledge the receipt of the following contributions for the soldiers in the field and hospital during the month of October, viz: From Mrs. James Steger, of Cumberland, two pairs of socks; from Miss M. L. Thompson and other, of Wytheville, one hundred pairs of socks; from Colonel H C. Cabell, two hundred bushels of corn; from C. H. Ford, of Confederate States Armory, $50; from Mr. Williams, $20; from Mr. Collie, of Lon- $4,333.33; from Rev. D. F. Sprigg, $100; from F B, $75; from Treasurer of Providence Aid Society, $15; from Sush, per J. D. K. Sleight, $10; from Mrs. Gshun, per J. D. K. Sleight, $10. The Committee request contributions in money and supplies for the benefit of soldiers in the field and hospital. Socks and yarn are specially required. Contributions should be sent to Roger Martin, Superintendent, or to William P. Munford, Chairman of the Army Committee.