Richmond Enquirer, 7/29/1861

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From the Richmond Enquirer, 7/29/1861, p. 3, c. 3

SERVANTS WANTED. There are now about one hundred and sixty patients in the St. Charles Hotel, who were brought from Manassa yesterday. Some of the men are wounded, but most of them are suffering from slight indisposition. The Committee are in want of two good cooks, eight or ten chambermaids, and as many men servants. While hire will be paid, if necessary, yet the Committee hope to have help supplied gratuitously. Application may be made to Messrs. Lewis Frazier, George Alatt, or J. H. Johnson, at the hospital. The inmates will require many little delicacies in the way of diet, which our charitable and humane citizens should furnish them.

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