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The soldiers' Home, Richmond, Virginia. The origin and history of this noble institution. The roll of inmates. Some of its Benefactors—its several Buildings—The Management—Legis— lative appropriations. [From the Richmond Dispatch, November 27, 1892.] In none of her monuments erected since the war, more than in Lee Camp Soldiers' Home, does Virginia teach the reverence she bears those who stood by her in her hour of sorest trial. None of her monuments speak more eloquently of the cause for which so many of the flower of the South laid down their lives; none of them appeal more powerfully to the generation now upon the stage to cherish the memory of the deeds and sacrifices of their fathers. The Home is now in better condition financially and in respect of accommodations than it has been since its establishment, and to-day is fulfilling its noble mission more thoroughly than it has ever done. But that is not saying that it is compassing its sphere of possible useful