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The Daily Dispatch: October 15, 1861., [Electronic resource], A national debt of six hundred millions. (search)
Missing packages. Mr. C. S. England, who is authorized by the Alabama Aid Association to take possession of and forward all boxes to Alabama volunteers requesters us to say that if the soldiers to him at Richmond, describing any missing packages or franks, he will look then up and see that they are safely delivered.--He will also perform the same service in be half of soldiers from other States, on their application.
Transportation of goods. --We invite attention to the advertisement of Mr. C. S. England, who has made great pecuniary and personal sacrifices in his efforts to forward packages of clothing to the soldiers. He informs us that the State of Alabama has now in Richmond, or within two hundred miles, enough clothing to furnish all her soldiers for the next two years.