Of the assistant surgeons I can only remember Dr. W. S. Lee, then of Florida, now a successful practitioner hat characterized Mrs. Thornton, except, perhaps, Mrs. Lee, wife of the surgeon above mentioned.
She was alsnd kindest of friends.
My enthusiasm in regard to Mrs. Lee was almost like that of a lover.
She was a beautitional powers rendered her a delightful companion.
Dr. Lee was by birth a South Carolinian, a polished gentlems, proved a warm friend and a most pleasant host.
Mrs. Lee used to search for me through the wards, and, haviiring.
These hours spent at the pleasant quarters of Dr. and Mrs. Lee were, indeed, a feast of reason and a flMrs. Lee were, indeed, a feast of reason and a flow of soul, often diversified by funny experiments in disguising the remains of the day's rations by cooking rroduce the same results as the real ingredients.
Dr. Lee was some months afterwards transferred to Cherokee rge of one of the convalescent hospitals, of which Mrs. Lee volunteered to act as matron.
We parted with real