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Acknowledgment. Messrs. Editors: The Committee desire to acknowledge through your paper the following handsome contributions for the sick and wounded soldiers: Dr. James L. Archer, Chesterfield, through Captain S. Stransburg, of Ordnance Department, for proceeds of one 8-inch Columbiad$568.75 Messrs. Stuart, Buchanan & Co., proprietors of the Preston Salt Works, Smith county, Va., through Messrs. Spotts & Harvey, agents, Richmond. Va200.00 Isaac W. Walker, Chair'n Com. on Collections.
The Daily Dispatch: October 1, 1861., [Electronic resource], Gen. Washington on Arrests for treason. (search)
Liberal Donations. Dr. Junius L. Archer, proprietor of the Beliona Arsenal, has presented to the St. Charles Hospital Committee, for the benefit of sick and wounded soldiers, $585, being the amount received by him for one Columbiad, sold to the Confederate States Government. Messrs., Stuart, Buchanan & Co., proprietors of the Salt Works at Scythe co., have donated $200 to the same benevolent purpose.