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The Daily Dispatch: August 13, 1861., [Electronic resource],
Yorktown Hospital. (search)
Yorktown Hospital. General Hospital, Yorktown, Va. August 9th 1861. To the Editors of the Dispatch: --Be so kind as to allow me to say through your paper to physicians applying for positions as nurses, that I am not the proper authority. The application should be made to the Surgeon-General, Richmond, Va. There is great need of good assistance Also, allow me to ask our kind friends sounding us articles for the sick to please sign their names, give their post offices, &c.; for, strange to say, these things are frequently neglected. I have to thank Mrs. Curtis, Mrs. Shewell, and Miss Sue Savage and neighbors, of Henrico, Va. The latter for a box, stating at the same time that the barrel has not been received. P. E. Hines, Surgeon Hospital, Per Alex Hogg.
The Daily Dispatch: August 27, 1861., [Electronic resource], Contributions for the sick and wounded. (search)
Contributions for the sick and wounded. General Hospital, Yorktown. Editors Daily Dispatch: Be so kind as to allow us, through your widely- spread columns, to thank "The Ladies of Soldiers' Relief Association" of Charleston, S. C, for 10 bags of rice, 3 cases blackberry wine, 1 box candles, 1 box Warren wines, "pure juice of the grape," 2 bags rice flour, and 1 case sundries, containing delicacies, &c. Also, Mrs Custis and Mrs. Shewell, of Williamsburg. Va., for a large bale of sundries; Mrs. Dr Selden, of Charles City, for mattresses and clothing, blackberry cordial, and many other articles for our sick; stating that all that these ladies have sent reached us safely, except the box of chickens sent by Mrs Selden. Trusting that these ladies, for their liberal donations, will accept my very grateful acknowledgments. I am, very truly, their ob't servant, Peter E. Hines, Surgeon G. H., Per Alex Hogg.