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ng the amount needed from one single source of supply; it will be well to divide the risk.
Moreover, other articles are needed nearly as much as meat.
The salt works in Louisiana are not to be depended on; the supply to be obtained from Saltville, in Virginia, is limited.
The wants of citizens, daily becoming more urgent and alarming, will absorb all of that, if permitted, and the drafts of the Government upon the same fund will cause ruinous prices and great destitution.
One reliable party in New Orleans offers to supply one hundred thousand sacks of salt, or more than is called for by the rapidly expiring contract at Saltville.
Other articles-such as coffee and flour — are also offered from New Orleans.
The supply of flour from that quarter will enable the soldiers from the Southwest to use that in part as a bread ration instead of corn meal, which must otherwise be their sole reliance for bread The reserve of coffee for the sick is being rapidly consumed.
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