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If the noble hearted ladies intend favoring them again with an expression of their kindness and sympathy, no present would be more highly appropriate or cordially received. Being a soldiers on the Peninsula, and observing closely the respective duties of the companies, I am fully confident that no company has done more valuable services, or undergone greater hardships; hence rises my warm interest and solicitude for their good. Permit me likewise to say that the General commanding, so fully sensible of the important and hard services rendered by them, has had the company detached, placing it under his special charge, thus paying them a deserving and distinguished compliment. I hope this may meet the eye of some fair lady whose heart and soul are engaged in the noble cause of adding to the comfort and health of an exiled soldiery. I believe the company numbers sixty men. Any articles sent should be directed to Capt. Wm. R. Vaughan, care of J. B. White, Yorktown, Va. Observer.