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The Illustrated London News, vol. 42, no. 1203, p. 535.

May 16, 1863

In the American papers there are numerous advertisements of persons wishing to adopt children made orphans by the war. One advertisement commences thus:--"Children taken for adoption and adopted out to good homes.--Wanted, three little girls, from one year to eighteen months old. Also one young male infant, blue eyes, from birth. Also the lady will please call. Little George is ready."

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