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Contributions for the sick and wounded.Depot Army Committee, Y. M. C. A., Richmond, Aug. 13, 1861. To the Editors of the Dispatch: Permit me to acknowledge through your paper the following contributions in money and supplies for sick and wounded soldiers, received by the Army Committee Y. M. C. A.: By cash from Mr. D. Turner, Richmond,$5 By cash from Mr. Wm. Horne, of Essex,20 By cash from Mr. O Andrews, at American Hotel50 By cash from citizens of Milton, N. C., and vicinity161 Received through Burton & Greenhow, from Mrs. Pettus, of Cumberland C. H, 1 box of sundries; received through Dr. Capers, from South Carolina, 2 boxes wines, 1 barrel rice and 1 box sundries; received through Mr. Samuel Donnan, from Petersburg, 1 lot chickens; received through Mr. R. H. Meade, from the ladies of Amelia, 20 pairs yarn socks, received from the St. Paul's Relief Society, of Caroline county, 1 box wearing apparel, &c.; received from Mr. A Hilliard and family, and Miss P
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Castle Thunder. --Three Yankee deserters, believed to be spies, were sent to Saulsbury, N. C., yesterday, to be confined in the Penitentiary at that place during the war. J. J. Kesler, of co. C, 55th N. C., and 26 others, charged with desertion, was received yesterday. D. Turner, of the same regiment, being sent here from Camp Holmes, N. C., escaped from his guards at Weldon; and J. B. Ashwell, and S. A. Tuck, deserters, being sent from Liberty, Va., escaped from the train between that place and Lynchburg.