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Wood County (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 10
Present for Gen. Robert E. Lee. --A citizen of Albemarle county, Va., who emigrated to Illinois in 1857, has just returned. He concealed within the lining of his vest a beautiful pin-cushion, presented to Gen. Lee by a young lady of Wood county, Ill. One side of this "token" was white silk, on which was a Confederate flag, bearing the motto "Conquer or Dic." The other side was blue silk, with white dais, and the word "Love" in the centre.
Albemarle (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 10
Present for Gen. Robert E. Lee. --A citizen of Albemarle county, Va., who emigrated to Illinois in 1857, has just returned. He concealed within the lining of his vest a beautiful pin-cushion, presented to Gen. Lee by a young lady of Wood county, Ill. One side of this "token" was white silk, on which was a Confederate flag, bearing the motto "Conquer or Dic." The other side was blue silk, with white dais, and the word "Love" in the centre.
Illinois (Illinois, United States) (search for this): article 10
Present for Gen. Robert E. Lee. --A citizen of Albemarle county, Va., who emigrated to Illinois in 1857, has just returned. He concealed within the lining of his vest a beautiful pin-cushion, presented to Gen. Lee by a young lady of Wood county, Ill. One side of this "token" was white silk, on which was a Confederate flag, bearing the motto "Conquer or Dic." The other side was blue silk, with white dais, and the word "Love" in the centre.
Robert E. Lee (search for this): article 10
Present for Gen. Robert E. Lee. --A citizen of Albemarle county, Va., who emigrated to Illinois in 1857, has just returned. He concealed within the lining of his vest a beautiful pin-cushion, presented to Gen. Lee by a young lady of Wood county, Ill. One side of this "token" was white silk, on which was a Confederate flag, bearing the motto "Conquer or Dic." The other side was blue silk, with white dais, and the word "Love" in the centre. Present for Gen. Robert E. Lee. --A citizen of Albemarle county, Va., who emigrated to Illinois in 1857, has just returned. He concealed within the lining of his vest a beautiful pin-cushion, presented to Gen. Lee by a young lady of Wood county, Ill. One side of this "token" was white silk, on which was a Confederate flag, bearing the motto "Conquer or Dic." The other side was blue silk, with white dais, and the word "Love" in the centre.
Present for Gen. Robert E. Lee. --A citizen of Albemarle county, Va., who emigrated to Illinois in 1857, has just returned. He concealed within the lining of his vest a beautiful pin-cushion, presented to Gen. Lee by a young lady of Wood county, Ill. One side of this "token" was white silk, on which was a Confederate flag, bearing the motto "Conquer or Dic." The other side was blue silk, with white dais, and the word "Love" in the centre.