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under the care of Dr. Currie.
The wounded are in charge of Drs. Alex. Erskine and Ware.
December 25th.—Merry Christmas is here again, and the little ones in blissful ignorance of the unhappy stan the hospital were not forgotten in the distribution of Christmas gifts.
Enjoyed a family Christmas dinner at home.
December 28th.—Have been confined to my bed for the past two days from the effeare reddened by the blood of our soldiers' shoeless feet.
We ford Shoal creek on that bleak Christmas day, and drop exhausted when the Tennessee is reached.
The Fifth Company lost no men by stragglay meet once more.
A reminiscence of the Christmas of 1861. By W. F. Shippey.
It was Christmas day in the year 1861.
A party of officers and soldiers of the old First Virginia Cavalry, then
I do not know that this will meet the eye of any of those who met at Stuart's Tavern that Christmas day, or even that any of them survive the storms of twenty years; but should it do so, I feel as