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Cotton-protected gun-boats. --The following communication, suggesting the building of cotton-protected gun-boats, we take from the Vicksburg Whig. The writer certainly makes a very liberal offer towards the furtherance of the enterprise: Washington, Nov. 19, 1861. Editor Whig--I am well convinced that steam war vessels for the Confederate States, to be used as gun-boats, to be protected by cotton bales, and for the protection of the valley of the Mississippi, can be successfully built, and will render wonderful service for our just cause. I propose to be one of fifty or twenty-five who will furnish one hundred bales of cotton at once for this purpose. I make this communication for your papers that others may at once unite and accomplish this desirable object. I will give the one hundred bales whenever an amount sufficient, in cotton or money, in subscribed to build or prepare one or more boats for the above purpose. Respectfully
Cotton-protected gun-boats. --The following communication, suggesting the building of cotton-protected gun-boats, we take from the Vicksburg Whig. The writer certainly makes a very liberal offer towards the furtherance of the enterprise: Washington, Nov. 19, 1861. Editor Whig--I am well convinced that steam war vessels for the Confederate States, to be used as gun-boats, to be protected by cotton bales, and for the protection of the valley of the Mississippi, can be successfully built, and will render wonderful service for our just cause. I propose to be one of fifty or twenty-five who will furnish one hundred bales of cotton at once for this purpose. I make this communication for your papers that others may at once unite and accomplish this desirable object. I will give the one hundred bales whenever an amount sufficient, in cotton or money, in subscribed to build or prepare one or more boats for the above purpose. Respectfully
November 19th, 1861 AD (search for this): article 4
Cotton-protected gun-boats. --The following communication, suggesting the building of cotton-protected gun-boats, we take from the Vicksburg Whig. The writer certainly makes a very liberal offer towards the furtherance of the enterprise: Washington, Nov. 19, 1861. Editor Whig--I am well convinced that steam war vessels for the Confederate States, to be used as gun-boats, to be protected by cotton bales, and for the protection of the valley of the Mississippi, can be successfully built, and will render wonderful service for our just cause. I propose to be one of fifty or twenty-five who will furnish one hundred bales of cotton at once for this purpose. I make this communication for your papers that others may at once unite and accomplish this desirable object. I will give the one hundred bales whenever an amount sufficient, in cotton or money, in subscribed to build or prepare one or more boats for the above purpose. Respectfully