they are actuated:
Chimborazo Hospital, No. 5, March 26, 1862. J B. M Surgeon-in-Chief of the Five Chimborazo Hospitals. Dear Sir
--I have been made the honorable means of forwarding to you the enclosed sum of one hundred and thirteen dollars and twenty-five cents, the generous contribution to the sick and wounded soldiers at Chimborazo Hospitals from many benevolent and patriotic ladies of Richmond.
This money has been confided to me by some of the chief donors, to wit; Miss Emma Tyler, Mrs. Ruskell, and Mrs Strong.
It was contributed for the contemplated "Sidney Hospital," which was never established, and is now appropriated by the ladies to Chimborazo Hospitals. Charles D. Moss. Assistance Surgeon.
Dr. McCaw acknowledges with gratitude the receipt of this handsome donation to the sick soldiers under his charge, and hopes that Dr. Moss will assure the good ladies to whom we owe this liberal present that it will be used to promote as far as possibl