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Albany (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 19
Crops, &c., in Georgia. --From a letter dated Albany, Ga., July 6th, we make the following extract: We shall, in this section, make plenty of corn to feed everything in this country, and to feed the army for twelve months. The Northern part of Georgia has made a great crop of wheat and an abundance to spare.--With plenty of provisions and soldiers we can whip old Abe in spite of his abolition herd. The ladies have turned their attention to making soldiers' clothing, instead of buying fine silks and satins and attending parties. For amusement, they get up concerts for the relief of soldiers and their families.
Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 19
Crops, &c., in Georgia. --From a letter dated Albany, Ga., July 6th, we make the following extract: We shall, in this section, make plenty of corn to feed everything in this country, and to feed the army for twelve months. The Northern part of Georgia has made a great crop of wheat and an abundance to spare.--With plenty of provisions and soldiers we can whip old Abe in spite of his abolition herd. The ladies have turned their attention to making soldiers' clothing, instead of make plenty of corn to feed everything in this country, and to feed the army for twelve months. The Northern part of Georgia has made a great crop of wheat and an abundance to spare.--With plenty of provisions and soldiers we can whip old Abe in spite of his abolition herd. The ladies have turned their attention to making soldiers' clothing, instead of buying fine silks and satins and attending parties. For amusement, they get up concerts for the relief of soldiers and their families.
June, 7 AD (search for this): article 19
Crops, &c., in Georgia. --From a letter dated Albany, Ga., July 6th, we make the following extract: We shall, in this section, make plenty of corn to feed everything in this country, and to feed the army for twelve months. The Northern part of Georgia has made a great crop of wheat and an abundance to spare.--With plenty of provisions and soldiers we can whip old Abe in spite of his abolition herd. The ladies have turned their attention to making soldiers' clothing, instead of buying fine silks and satins and attending parties. For amusement, they get up concerts for the relief of soldiers and their families.