SUPPLIES FOR NORTH CAROLINA STATE TROOPS.—Prof. R. Sterling of Greensboro, N. C. arrived in this city on Sunday evening with large supplies of hospital stores, under clothing, &c., from the patriotic and benevolent ladies ofGreensboro. He is assiduously engaged in finding out and relieving the wants of North Carolinians in the various hospitals in and aroundRichmond. The ladies of this town, have during the last year, contributed often and largely of their time, labor, and means to the comfort of our brave and suffering soldiers. We commend their example to their sisters throughout the Confederacy.—Richmond Dispatch.
Source: The Greensborough Patriot, June 26, 1862 as found in Confederate Newspaper Project