sea, and went to New York.
While in New York Miss Parsons wrote to Miss Dix, the agent of the Gospitals were in equally crowded condition.
Miss Parsons went immediately to St. Louis and was assig
On this trip the strength and endurance of Miss Parsons were tried to the utmost, and the ministratder prompted by some military exigency, and Miss Parsons and the other female nurses were obliged toch of hospital service.
For this position Miss Parsons was most admirably fitted, and discharged id to a perfect system, and the nurses under Miss Parsons' influence became a sisterhood of noble womest results.
Under his administration, and Miss Parsons' superintendence of the nursing, the Benton
Having served six months in this capacity, Miss Parsons went to her home at Cambridge, on a furloug the Chicago Fair, and the war being ended, Miss Parsons conceived a plan of establishing in her own
In concluding this sketch of the labors of Miss Parsons in the care and nursing of our sick and wou