The army Committee
of the Young Men's Christian Association and Ladies' Soldiers' Aid Society, acknowledge the receipt of the following contributions and supplies for the month of October, viz:
, one bbl flour; Jas Warwick
, 4 shaker knit wool drawers, 3 shaker knit wool shirts, and 12 prs socks; N W Hightower
, 6 prs socks, for Co E, 23d Va reg't; M Blair
& Co, 4 quarters beef, estimated at 450 lbs; B--, 2 bbls flour; The ladies of Gamble's Hill, 20 prs gloves; Mrs. Kate
H Friend, 5 prs of socks; Mrs. Hansborough
, 2 pairs of socks.
co-operation of Southeastern Va, per Rev W J Pettigrew
, $46; Mrs.
G--, 50; G W Wilson
, 200; a Virginia lady, a $10 bank note, equal to 30; Henry
A Holiday and wife, Spotsylvania
, 24; a friend to the poor, per G W Sagby, 50; Chas
E Caylett, 1st Co Washington Artillery, N O, proceeds of sale of songs, 15; Proceeds of tableau given by young ladies of Charlotte
and Lunenburg counties
, per Mrs. Elizabeth Lee
, 425.15; Geo
, 100; Mrs. Pattle
, 50; Mrs. Beverly Roy
, per Dr. J N Powell
, 50; E Fontaine
, 29; John Randolph Tucker
, 50; Mr.
A, 20; R P, of Drewry's Bluff
; 20; A D Smith
62d Georgia reg't, 10; Dr. Skipwith
, 10; Rev S B Wilson
, D D, Union F Sem, 20; Mrs.
K, 20; Wm K Benson
, 25; Messrs. Epstin
, 20; F Gannon
, 16; Mr.
D, 55; H C Harrison
, of Goochland
, 40; Mrs.
C Friend, 60; Andrew Johnston
, 30; Mr.
H, 50; Dr. Robt Henderson
, of Cumberland
, 200; Charles E Caylet, sale of songs at concert, 11.60; Omicron, 58.50; a gentleman of Portsmouth
, 10; Mr.
G A B, 350; concert at the African Church by Madame Ruhl
and others, 2,140.
Clothing of all kinds for our soldiers and their families will be thankfully received and promptly distributed.
About $2,509 are required to furnish the barefooted soldiers in one of Gen. Stuart
's cavalry brigades with shoes and socks.
Special contributions for this purpose are earnestly solicited.
Contributions may be forwarded to Roeve Martin
, Superintendent, or to Wm. P. Munford
of the Army Committee