- The Baltimore correspondout of the New York Time in a letter saja there is in thatcity a society of Lidies called the " Union "Relief Association," whoso purpose it is to look after the little neceasities of the soldiers, especially thoso raiised in thia Stato, and also the wants of their families. The philauthrophy of these ladies has not, however, boen confined exclusively to tha neoessitios of Maryland soldiers. Northern troope hare much to be gratof ui to tlietn for. The AHSOciation has fod and sholtered from one hundred to five hundrod soldieri weekly. In one casa a wholo regiment was Bupplied with bread, meat and coffoe, who had not tasted food for an entira day. Subsequent to the battlo of BulJ Kun, they pickcd up many -vfoundod soldicrB, droíBod thcir vrounds, iheltered and fed them, obtüined thoir passport and sent them on thoir way rofreshed and rejoiciog. In ono instance they took care of a Michigan soldior who was completoly prostrate frora the cffocta of the late battje. They rostored hini to health and' Tigor, and whan lie leffc their Christmn hand, told them. witli tüars of gratitude ia his eyes, that the poople of Baltimore wore not all mado up of nincUenth of April men.