n provided to keep the ground and wards clean and placed under the control of a general steward, Mr. Taylor, who is untiring in his efforts to make himself equal to the duties that devolve upon him.
The hospital is laid off in divisions first and second; and each division subdivided into wards.
A surgeon is assigned to each division and an assistant to each ward.
And to each ward, a ward master, nurse, and three or four servants.
So the First Division has been assigned to Surgeon Charles Kemper, of Woodville, Rappahannock county, Virginia.
As a surgeon and physician he is of the first class, and for his untiring and unceasing efforts in giving aid and comfort to the sick and wounded, he has merited an undying name.
He asks no higher honor than to comfort and apply a balm to a sick or wounded soldier.
As a man, he is one of the most unpretending, unobtrusive, and unflinching gentlemen in our midst — kind, feeling, and attentive, with an ear ever open to hear the wants of