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that they might be distributed impartially among the sick and wounded patients, without regard to their being Union or Secession. Notwithstanding the pretended enforcement of this order, the two ladies found a secession prisoner by the name of Memminger, before whose bed stood a table loaded with wines, jellies, and flowers, which were being augmented by a lady calling herself Union. The articles brought by this lady were not sent to the storehouse, but were taken by her into the room where MMemminger was laid, for his especial use; but when the lady saw that her partialize for this wounded rebel was observed, she withdrew her basket after having given, a part of the contents to another wounded rebel, While these things were transpiring, the two ladies heard grievous complaints from our own wounded soldiers some of whom were much more seriously sick than the labored rebels. They complained that while they were deprived of everything but the more necessaries of life, they were const