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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)
s 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. December 25th.—Merry Christmas is here again, and the little ones in blissful ignorance of the unhappy state of the country, hail the coming of Santa Claus with happy faces and joyous hearts. The unfortunate patients in 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 effects of a fall on Thursday night. Fell down a flight of stai
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Diary of Rev. J. G. Law. (search)
s 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. December 25th.—Merry Christmas is here again, and the little ones in blissful ignorance of the unhappy state of the country, hail the coming of Santa Claus with happy faces and joyous hearts. The unfortunate patients in 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 effects of a fall on Thursday night. Fell down a flight of stai
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Diary of Rev. J. G. Law. (search)
he Maynard Rifles, under command of Captain E. A. Cole, with Lieutenants Walker Lucas, John Cochrane and Charlie Rose. Received a carpet bag from home containing a ham, pone of bread, jelly, pickles, etc. Sunday, May 18th.—Early this morning the regiment was in the rifle pits, in expectation of an attack. The enemy are reported to be within a mile of our works, and we may look for warm work tomorrow. I feel confident of the result, though it will be a bloody and desperate fight. Dr. Alex. Erskine called .to see me this evening, and we walked together about half a mile to hear the Rev. Dr. Palmer, the distinguished preacher from New Orleans. He delivered an eloquent discourse, in which he spoke to the soldiers of the uncertainty of life, and in a most powerful and impressive manner exhorted them to prepare to meet their God before they were called out to the impending battle. The distinguished minister is a private in the Washington Artillery. May 19th.—A general engagement