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s of good health in camp. Nor should the important article of good water-proof tents be forgotten. It is now the eve of the rainy season, when this necessity will be severely felt, if not promptly provided. Our friend and fellow-citizen, Dr. Fenner, who has just returned from Richmond, where he successfully exerted himself, in association with other patriotic Louisianians, in the establishment of a hospital for our brave soldiers, sick, or wounded in battle, informs us that the farmers an increased. For we have good reason to believe that the approaching conflict, on the eastern bank of the Potomac, will be a severe one, and cannot but be attended with many casualties it is our bounden duty to provide for. A noble example has been set by Dr. Fenner and his associates from our own State, in the establishment of a hospital for the relief of such Louisianians as may stand in need of medical care. Let it be emulated by the good people of every one of the Confederate States.