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for publication. It shows that our soldiers in the field have their hearts in the right place, and acts a noble example for those to follow who remain at home enjoying an abundance: Headq'rs Hetr's Division, June 5th, 1864. His Honor Joseph Mayo, Mayor of Richmond: Dear Sir --The officers and men of the 26th Mississippi regiment, Davis's brigade, hearing that there is some suffering among the poor women and children of Richmond, have unanimously agreed that one half of their ratlowed by charity, and whose stern devotion to liberty is intertwined with the gentlest and most attractive virtues which adorn our humanity. Please make known this expression of my regard to the soldiers of the 26th regiment, and assure them of the still deeper gratitude of those who are the recipients of their generous contribution, and accept, for yourself, General, my thanks and highest admiration. I have the honor to be, Most respectfully, your ob't servant, Joseph Mayo, Mayor.