cinity, under the general superintendence of Dr. Rauch, Medical Director of the 5th army corps.
These wounded rebels are lying in churches, dwellings, barns, and tents, scattered throughout the neighborhood.
They are in all styles of suffering many dying every day. As humanity demands kind treatment to the enemy's wounded as well as our own, they receive such from our surgeons, as well as from benevolent citizens.
At the "Concentrating Hospital," in an old church, under the care of Dr. Horace de Young, are two remarkable cases, entitled to special notice.
The first is that of private Wm. Kidd, 16th Mississippi regiment.
He received a gunshot wound through the face, and laid on the battle field two days and one night before he was picked up. The bad, supposed to be a grapeshot, entered the right check bone and came out immediately opposite, fracturing said bone, carrying away the upper portions of the muscle of the face on both checks the entire nose, the right eye, and the superc