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can be put afloat on the Jamesilver. He received the proposal gladly, and at once gave the most gratifying evidence of his desire to help and assist in the good work. The Association has the farther pleasure to announce to its friends that in a few days the keel of their vessel will be laid. Capt. Farrand, an experienced officer of the Navy, has been placed in charge of the work. He is to be assisted in the construction by one of the most celebrated ship-builders of the country--Mr. Graves--who is also on the ground. Advertisements are out for two hundred mechanics — a considerable force of them has already been engaged — and vessels have been sent down the river to fetch up timber ready cut to our hands by the enemy. The Secretaries of Navy and War are also heartily with us. They are ready to speed the work; and that it may not lag for funds, the Association appeals to the women of the land, and the men of the State, especially the non-combatants, to come forward — th<