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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Personal reminiscences of the last days of Lee and his Paladins. (search)
by the shoulder and cried, Doctor, the Yankees be upon thee. I arose quickly, but not so quickly as my companions, for Drs. Smith and Field were fast disappearing through the thick black jack forest, and Burkhardt, who had not unsaddled or tied There was also a barn of splendid tobacco near our camp, of which we were requested (by our enemies) to help ourselves. Drs. Smith and Field and I and another gentleman, whose name I cannot recall, but who introduced himself to us as a medical maked if anybody had one. Captain Patterson produced one from somewhere, and then I asked if I could not get another one for Drs. Field and Smith, but not another could be found anywhere. The General then got off his horse, made me mount her, and toling armies and prisoners, who had not been released, and to make for Charlotte Courthouse as the first objective point. Drs. Smith and Feild, after my experience at General F——'s, declined to report to him, and going back to the courthouse, got p
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), A Sketch of the life and career of Hunter Holmes McGuire, M. D., Ll. D. (search)
, consequently, was unable to graduate. He was Professor of Anatomy at Winchester Medical College, 1856-58, and in the latter year, feeling the need of greater clinical advantage, he resigned his chair and went to Philadelphia, where, assisted by Drs. Lockett and W. H. Pancoast, he held a very large quiz class—a private class in operative surgery. He attended, also, the regular lectures at Jefferson Medical College. When the body of John Brown (of the Harper's Ferry infamy) was taken throufor they had been led to fear violence on account of threats. On their arrival they were received with great demonstration, during which Governor Henry A. Wise made a stirring speech and the city refunded the railroad fare of all the students. Drs. Lockett and McGuire finished the course with the students at the Medical College of Virginia in March, 1860, when Dr. McGuire went to New Orleans and established another quiz class. Upon the secession of South Carolina, seeing the inevitability