November 3, 1862 , Savannah Republican(Georgia)
The General Committee of Savannah, for the relief of our soldiers in Virginia, are in want of a large amount of wool, to be woven into cloth for our soldiers. The subscriber, Chairman of the Manufacturing Committee, invites those who have wool for sale to give him the preference over purchasers for speculation, and to send their wool to him as soon as possible, for which he will pay the market price.
Donations in wool or yarns for weaving into cloth for the soldiers, will also be duly acknowledged.
Chairman Manufacturing Committee.