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Chile (Chile) (search for this): chapter 35
Loyal Americans in Chili: official correspondence. The Rev. Mr. Bellows to Mr. Seward. United States Sanitary Commission, New-York Agencou a formal receipt. In thanking, through you, our countrymen in Chili for their generous thoughtfulness for our and their soldiers who maoans of their suffering patriots in the field. Our countrymen in Chili may have the satisfaction of knowing that their contribution mingle which was purchased by the amount subscribed by loyal Americans in Chili, in aid of the sick and wounded soldiers of the Union army. The am; while, at the same time, it has given to our citizens residing in Chili an opportunity of manifesting their patriotism in this hour of our e first ultimo, accompanied by a list of loyal citizens residing in Chili, who have subscribed to a fund for the relief of the sick and woundhy of those for whom it has been offered. I am, sir, your obedient servant, Wm. H. Seward. to Thomas W. Nelson, Esq., etc., etc., Chili.
London (United Kingdom) (search for this): chapter 35
be anywhere under our flag, there the National Sanitary Commission will follow and find him. I have the honor to be, gratefully, your obedient servant, Henry W. Bellows, President. Mr. Nelson to Mr. Seward. Legation of the United States, Santiago de Cuba, Feb. 1, 1868. Hon. Wm. H. Seward, Secretary of State, Washington: Sir: I have the honor to inclose a bill of exchange, dated January thirty-first, 1863, drawn by Messrs. Alsop & Co., of Valparaiso, upon Messrs. H. G. Enthom & Co., London, England, payable to my order, and indorsed by me, for the sum of four. hundred and ninetyseven pounds sterling, which was purchased by the amount subscribed by loyal Americans in Chili, in aid of the sick and wounded soldiers of the Union army. The amount subscribed was two thousand six hundred and thirty-six dollars. I also inclose a list of the names of the subscribers and the amount paid by each. You will please appropriate the proceeds to the object indicated in such manner as you may
United States (United States) (search for this): chapter 35
rried his country's enterprise, or followed her flag; and that from the resources thus accumulated succor and consolation will flow impartially to the national soldier, whether in Louisiana or North-Carolina, Virginia or Kentucky, Mississippi or Maryland. If he be anywhere under our flag, there the National Sanitary Commission will follow and find him. I have the honor to be, gratefully, your obedient servant, Henry W. Bellows, President. Mr. Nelson to Mr. Seward. Legation of the United States, Santiago de Cuba, Feb. 1, 1868. Hon. Wm. H. Seward, Secretary of State, Washington: Sir: I have the honor to inclose a bill of exchange, dated January thirty-first, 1863, drawn by Messrs. Alsop & Co., of Valparaiso, upon Messrs. H. G. Enthom & Co., London, England, payable to my order, and indorsed by me, for the sum of four. hundred and ninetyseven pounds sterling, which was purchased by the amount subscribed by loyal Americans in Chili, in aid of the sick and wounded soldiers of th
Washington (Washington, United States) (search for this): chapter 35
all sick or be wounded in this greatest battle of humanity, it may be for their satisfaction to know that, contrary to all ordinary cases, devotion to our Government, Union, and cause has been proportioned to the distance of the unselfish position of our countrymen — those farthest from the seat of war being nearest in their sympathy and beneficence. The Pacific coast has given three times as much to the National Sanitary Commission as the Atlantic coast; and its most distant region--Washington Territory--more in proportion to its inhabitants than any other. Our countrymen in Vancouver's Island, Honolulu, and the Sandwich Islands, in England, France, Germany, and India, have shown that no seas, however wide, could shut their ears to the groans of their suffering patriots in the field. Our countrymen in Chili may have the satisfaction of knowing that their contribution mingles in our treasury with the contributions of loving countrymen, from wherever an American has carried his cou
France (France) (search for this): chapter 35
overnment, Union, and cause has been proportioned to the distance of the unselfish position of our countrymen — those farthest from the seat of war being nearest in their sympathy and beneficence. The Pacific coast has given three times as much to the National Sanitary Commission as the Atlantic coast; and its most distant region--Washington Territory--more in proportion to its inhabitants than any other. Our countrymen in Vancouver's Island, Honolulu, and the Sandwich Islands, in England, France, Germany, and India, have shown that no seas, however wide, could shut their ears to the groans of their suffering patriots in the field. Our countrymen in Chili may have the satisfaction of knowing that their contribution mingles in our treasury with the contributions of loving countrymen, from wherever an American has carried his country's enterprise, or followed her flag; and that from the resources thus accumulated succor and consolation will flow impartially to the national soldier,
North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 35
hown that no seas, however wide, could shut their ears to the groans of their suffering patriots in the field. Our countrymen in Chili may have the satisfaction of knowing that their contribution mingles in our treasury with the contributions of loving countrymen, from wherever an American has carried his country's enterprise, or followed her flag; and that from the resources thus accumulated succor and consolation will flow impartially to the national soldier, whether in Louisiana or North-Carolina, Virginia or Kentucky, Mississippi or Maryland. If he be anywhere under our flag, there the National Sanitary Commission will follow and find him. I have the honor to be, gratefully, your obedient servant, Henry W. Bellows, President. Mr. Nelson to Mr. Seward. Legation of the United States, Santiago de Cuba, Feb. 1, 1868. Hon. Wm. H. Seward, Secretary of State, Washington: Sir: I have the honor to inclose a bill of exchange, dated January thirty-first, 1863, drawn by Messrs. A
Kentucky (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): chapter 35
r wide, could shut their ears to the groans of their suffering patriots in the field. Our countrymen in Chili may have the satisfaction of knowing that their contribution mingles in our treasury with the contributions of loving countrymen, from wherever an American has carried his country's enterprise, or followed her flag; and that from the resources thus accumulated succor and consolation will flow impartially to the national soldier, whether in Louisiana or North-Carolina, Virginia or Kentucky, Mississippi or Maryland. If he be anywhere under our flag, there the National Sanitary Commission will follow and find him. I have the honor to be, gratefully, your obedient servant, Henry W. Bellows, President. Mr. Nelson to Mr. Seward. Legation of the United States, Santiago de Cuba, Feb. 1, 1868. Hon. Wm. H. Seward, Secretary of State, Washington: Sir: I have the honor to inclose a bill of exchange, dated January thirty-first, 1863, drawn by Messrs. Alsop & Co., of Valparaiso
Maryland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 35
ears to the groans of their suffering patriots in the field. Our countrymen in Chili may have the satisfaction of knowing that their contribution mingles in our treasury with the contributions of loving countrymen, from wherever an American has carried his country's enterprise, or followed her flag; and that from the resources thus accumulated succor and consolation will flow impartially to the national soldier, whether in Louisiana or North-Carolina, Virginia or Kentucky, Mississippi or Maryland. If he be anywhere under our flag, there the National Sanitary Commission will follow and find him. I have the honor to be, gratefully, your obedient servant, Henry W. Bellows, President. Mr. Nelson to Mr. Seward. Legation of the United States, Santiago de Cuba, Feb. 1, 1868. Hon. Wm. H. Seward, Secretary of State, Washington: Sir: I have the honor to inclose a bill of exchange, dated January thirty-first, 1863, drawn by Messrs. Alsop & Co., of Valparaiso, upon Messrs. H. G. Enth
Washington (United States) (search for this): chapter 35
follow and find him. I have the honor to be, gratefully, your obedient servant, Henry W. Bellows, President. Mr. Nelson to Mr. Seward. Legation of the United States, Santiago de Cuba, Feb. 1, 1868. Hon. Wm. H. Seward, Secretary of State, Washington: Sir: I have the honor to inclose a bill of exchange, dated January thirty-first, 1863, drawn by Messrs. Alsop & Co., of Valparaiso, upon Messrs. H. G. Enthom & Co., London, England, payable to my order, and indorsed by me, for the sum of founequivocal mode. Other remittances for the same purpose will be made from time to time until the rebellion is crushed. I have the honor to remain your obedient servant, Thomas W. Nelson. Mr. Seward to Mr. Nelson. department of State, Washington, March 9, 1863. Sir: I have read your despatch of the first ultimo, accompanied by a list of loyal citizens residing in Chili, who have subscribed to a fund for the relief of the sick and wounded soldiers of the Union army, and by a bill of
England (United Kingdom) (search for this): chapter 35
uch to the National Sanitary Commission as the Atlantic coast; and its most distant region--Washington Territory--more in proportion to its inhabitants than any other. Our countrymen in Vancouver's Island, Honolulu, and the Sandwich Islands, in England, France, Germany, and India, have shown that no seas, however wide, could shut their ears to the groans of their suffering patriots in the field. Our countrymen in Chili may have the satisfaction of knowing that their contribution mingles in ba, Feb. 1, 1868. Hon. Wm. H. Seward, Secretary of State, Washington: Sir: I have the honor to inclose a bill of exchange, dated January thirty-first, 1863, drawn by Messrs. Alsop & Co., of Valparaiso, upon Messrs. H. G. Enthom & Co., London, England, payable to my order, and indorsed by me, for the sum of four. hundred and ninetyseven pounds sterling, which was purchased by the amount subscribed by loyal Americans in Chili, in aid of the sick and wounded soldiers of the Union army. The amo
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