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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Beauregard's report of the battle of Drury's Bluff. (search)
ss Bang, the Jenny Lind of America, was the attraction. I have never heard anything so sweet as her singing. December 19th.—The morning papers are fraught with interest. John Bull is aroused at the outrage committed by Captain Wilkes in seizing our Commissioners on board a British ship, and if they are not given up immediately England will break the Southern blockade, open trade with the Confederate States, and blockade the Northern ports. Behold how brightly breaks the morning! December 21st.—There are few cases of interest in the hospital. Patients come in slowly, and we are discharging them rapidly. On Monday the Southern Mothers and the Overton are to be merged into one hospital, the Confederate Government paying $12,000 per annum for the Overton building. December 23d.—To-day, the patients were moved from the rooms of the Southern Mothers to the Overton hospital, and are under the care of Dr. Currie. The wounded are in charge of Drs. Alex. Erskine and Ware. Dece<
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Diary of Rev. J. G. Law. (search)
ss Bang, the Jenny Lind of America, was the attraction. I have never heard anything so sweet as her singing. December 19th.—The morning papers are fraught with interest. John Bull is aroused at the outrage committed by Captain Wilkes in seizing our Commissioners on board a British ship, and if they are not given up immediately England will break the Southern blockade, open trade with the Confederate States, and blockade the Northern ports. Behold how brightly breaks the morning! December 21st.—There are few cases of interest in the hospital. Patients come in slowly, and we are discharging them rapidly. On Monday the Southern Mothers and the Overton are to be merged into one hospital, the Confederate Government paying $12,000 per annum for the Overton building. December 23d.—To-day, the patients were moved from the rooms of the Southern Mothers to the Overton hospital, and are under the care of Dr. Currie. The wounded are in charge of Drs. Alex. Erskine and Ware. Dece<