October 30, 1862, Savannah Republican(Georgia)
These articles of comfort, we fear, will be overlooked. They are almost as indispensable as socks in a cold climate, yet few seem to think of the necessity of supplying them. As almost every little girl in the South can knit a pair of gloves, we would earnestly call the attention of the ladies to that particular article of soldiers’ wear. Make them of wool, and the thicker the better.