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August 26th, 1861 AD (search for this): article 7
Ladies of Abingdon. Abingdon, Washington County, August 26th, 1861. To the Editors of the Dispatch: --I have seen notice in your paper of the Aid Societies formed by ladies in different parts of this and other States, and have heard of the good effects which followed their labors in behalf of our wounded soldiers; but no mention has been made of the society organized by the ladies of Abingdon, and I therefore beg leave to notice it through the columns of your widely circulated paper. Our ladies, seeing the sufferings and want of the brave men who have left all that was near and dear to them and journeyed many a long mile to meet and drive back an invading foe, have organized this society with the hope of relieving their pains, and by sending food and raiment to render their condition better and more comfortable. It would be difficult to enumerate the boxes of provisions which have been sent from this place to the sick in the North west by the ladies before this
Abingdon, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 7
Ladies of Abingdon. Abingdon, Washington County, August 26th, 1861. To the Editors of the Dispatch: --I have seen notice in your paper of the Aid Societies formed by ladies in different parts of this and other States, and have heard of the good effects which followed their labors in behalf of our wounded soldiers; buAbingdon, Washington County, August 26th, 1861. To the Editors of the Dispatch: --I have seen notice in your paper of the Aid Societies formed by ladies in different parts of this and other States, and have heard of the good effects which followed their labors in behalf of our wounded soldiers; but no mention has been made of the society organized by the ladies of Abingdon, and I therefore beg leave to notice it through the columns of your widely circulated paper. Our ladies, seeing the sufferings and want of the brave men who have left all that was near and dear to them and journeyed many a long mile to meet and driveAbingdon, and I therefore beg leave to notice it through the columns of your widely circulated paper. Our ladies, seeing the sufferings and want of the brave men who have left all that was near and dear to them and journeyed many a long mile to meet and drive back an invading foe, have organized this society with the hope of relieving their pains, and by sending food and raiment to render their condition better and more comfortable. It would be difficult to enumerate the boxes of provisions which have been sent from this place to the sick in the North west by the ladies before th