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The Daily Dispatch: June 22, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 9, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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the Lord of Hosts." From this text, the minister clearly elucidated that we have both God and justice upon our side in this war; that victory is not always to the strong, but to the just, and at the same time, beseeching them not to give their friends good by with tears in their eyes, expecting to be killed; but, on the contrary, they should depart with bright faces and courageous hearts, determined to kill somebody else; after the close of the sermon, it being on Tuesday, the parson reminded the ladies that the soldiers at the Ferry had plenty of bread, but nothing to "grease it with. Whereupon, the patriotic women came forward and quickly raised several hundred pounds of butter. Capt. Sam Myers' company of Guerillas passed down the Valley on Saturday for Winchester. They hall from the neighborhood of Zion's Church, in this county, and number about seventy men. Another company of Guerillas is being raised in the upper end of the county, with Dr. A. R. Meem as captain. S.
Hospital for Invalid soldiers. At the beautifully situated village of Mount Jackson, Shenandoah county, 86 miles from Manassas Junction, a hospital has been established for sick and wounded soldiers. A few days since 160 invalids were receiving kind treatment there, and buildings are preparing for the reception of 500 more, should necessity require. The ladies have taken the sufferers under their special care, and have organized a society to furnish convalescents with such articles as they may need on their return to duty. Mrs. Dr. A. R. Meem, wife of the Medical Director of the hospital, is President. A considerable sum of money has been subscribed by the wealthy residents of the vicinity.