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The Daily Dispatch: April 24, 1862., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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Death of an army Surgeon. Surgeon John Francis Bell, of the Provisional Army of the Confederate States, died at Gordonville, Va., on the night of the 16th street of typhoid fever. This accomplished in was a native of Kentucky, but had for some years past resided in New Orleans, himself in the mysteries of his high ling ant examination that an appointment as Surgeon was tendered him, and upon its he was assigned to the Department Northern Virginia by the House Secretary of War. Dr. Bell soon became well known throughout the Army of the Potomac as the Surgeon in charge of the "Moore" Hospital, watch position he held up to the of the recent withacles; learned in his profession and devoted to it with fervid zeal, and heart an open book where all might read to kindly and generous impulses, none could to Dr. Bell their honor, esteem, and when once they came to know him In his decease the service has expectant a grievous loss; the profession has deprived of one who ado