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The Daily Dispatch: July 10, 1861., [Electronic resource], Red Sulphur Springs and the Giles county Volunteers. (search)
and prominently seen from the spot where we stood. The camp at Gloucester Point presents a very picturesque view from Yorktown. Affairs at Camp Page are as they were at last dispatches. By the way. I had a conversation on yesterday with Doctor Hines, the gentlemanly physician at the main hospital at Yorktown. The $1,000 to which your paper referred some weeks since as having been subscribed in Richmond to procure mattresses, &c., for the sick, I am assured by the Doctor he has never heard. Now, appeal to your merchants to send bed-ticking to Williamsburg for our own use for the camp here, and beg the ladies of Richmond to make up a few dozen — say some six dozen mattresses and pillows, and send them to Yorktown, directed to "Doctor Hines, for use of Hospital;" and again and again tell them to send down those little delicacies to which I have referred in previous communications. Remember that this locality is not so healthy as some other quarters where our troops are stationed