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The Daily Dispatch: August 24, 1861., [Electronic resource], Contributions for the sick and wounded. (search)
he purses of my two children after their death, (they loved the soldiers in their lives,) and small as it is, I send it to them by Mrs. Ann Malone, $1.60. Sundry citizens of Henrico, through Jonah Dobbs, $10. From visitors to Alleghany Springs, $64. Ladies of Rough Creek, Charlotte county, Va., through R. N. Andrews, one box containing valuables. Ladies of Memphis, Tenn., through Thos. H. Allen, shirts, drawers, pillow-slips and pillows. W. F. Gaines, lot of vegetables, &c. Edward Wilcox, Charles City, butter, Chickens and one veal. D. S. and B. C. Watkins, Powhatan, chickens, potatoes, &c. Mrs. T. C. Leak, chickens, wine, &c. Mrs. J. R. Royall, Charles City, butter and butter-milk. Mrs. Sarah A. Savage, of Grenada, Miss., pillow-slips, towels, &c. Miss S. M. Pemberton and Miss Sallie W. Burke, King William, handsome bouquets. Miss L. Webb and Miss Mollie Sutton, of Hanover, handsome bouquets. Ladies of Cartersville, Va., through Patrick Smith, two boxe
s time I was obliged to wear my riding-habit. The Government never provided me with a thing. They often promised to get me everything I needed, but it never amounted to anything more than promises. A few days after my arrival I learned that Col. Wilcox, of the 2d Michigan, and several others, had arrived. I was determined to see them if possible. I went to the Surgeon-General and told him I was a Northern lady, and that I had friends there that I would like to see. He gave me permission. I saw Captain Ricketts and Col. Wilcox, Major Potter, Captain Jones, and several others whose names I cannot now remember. They all seemed to be doing well. I know from good authority that our wounded men are not very well treated. I tried (but unsuccessfully) to see Mr. Ely and Col. Corcoran. I believe they are retained as hostages for Col. Thomas, or the "French lady." Richmond is very dull, and there is a universal complaint of hard times, and a great deal of complaint against being comp