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cords of wood and sometimes seven or eight cords of wood every day, last Sunday in cluded; and, sir, if you will pesuade some of your reasers who sympathize with the soldier but won't sell him wood at the enormous price of six dollars a cord, I will buy one thousand cords at that price, and pay cash for it. The statement there is no commandant quartermaster, or commissary, is not correct. I claim to be the surgeon in charge; Capt. H. A Claiborne is the commissary, and Capts. Whitfield, Warren, and Selden are the quartermasters. We have urgently petitioned for a military commandant, and would be very much obliged to you if you will get us a man who will undertake and attend to this department. Lastly, The statement that the men have but two meals a day is partially true. The sick men are fed under the direction of the attending surgeons, but the convalesceats who go to the table are served with breakfast from 8 to 10, and with dinner from 2 to 4 o'clock. They have every var