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The Daily Dispatch: October 3, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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[written for the Richmond Dispatch.]one night in a hospital.by Janis Tyler. "You will come again, lady?" "Would you really like for me to come?" I said, as I bont over the low bed. "I will die if you leave me now." "Then I shall come; but now it is time to return — a night's rent will do you a world of good." "I wish you would not go." The tones were so full of entreaty, so full of an unknown wanting, that I paused. "You are very much better, sir — surely you do not fear?" "She will come to-night," he answered, laying his hand on mine, and gazing upon me with his dark, sunken, but burning eyes, "and I cannot meet her here alone." I felt his pulse — there was no fever, no delirium in its quiet beat. I rose to go, but an unknown power restrained me. Throwing aside my wrappings, I sat down at the foot of the bed. "An hour, more than an hour!" he murmured. "Have I changed much?" "Very much," I answered, sadly. "But she wi<