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    [Civil War]. CSA Broadside "To the Citizens of Lynchburg and Campbell Co." One page, 7.5" x 7.75", Lynchburg, Virginia; February 28, 1865. A plea to the citizens of Lynchburg and Campbell counties for supplies for the Army of the Confederacy. The broadside from John Robin McDaniel, Bolin Clark, and Richard Morgan reads, in part:

    "The undersigned, by authority of the Commissary General, solicits IMMEDIATE supplies for the army, of BACON, PORK, BEEF, FLOUR, WHEAT, CORN, CORN MEAL, BEANS, PEAS, and DRIED FRUIT -either as donations, loans or sales. The department gives assurance that loans will be returned in kind as soon as practicable, and all purchases will be paid for in Government Certificates which, by a recent and special act of Congress, are redeemable in taxes...OUR ARMY IS IN WANT --- Nothing further need be said to a Virginian."

    Condition: Flattened folds, light toning, with two spots of dampstaining on verso. Overall good condition.

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    October, 2018
    25th Thursday
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