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th the 21st Louisiana and 10th South Carolina regiments, and afterwards as a hospital surgeon. Dr. Foard was medical director of the Army of Tennessee. Dr. Graham was surgeon of the Sixty-seventh North Carolina Infantry. Dr. Kellar was medical director of the Trans-Mississippi Department. Christopher Hamilton Tebault, M. D. Medical director A. J. Foard Surgeon Joseph Graham Medical director J. M. Kellar Druitt's Surgery, Bartlett On Fevers, Wood's Practice, Watson's Practice, Tanner's Practice, and a copy of the United States Dispensatory, by Wood & Bache. Occasional copies of The Confederate States medical and surgical Journal, reached field and hospital surgeons. It was published in Richmond by Ayres & Wade, with the approval and under the supervision of the Surgeon-General, monthly from January, 1864, until February, 1865. A complete file from which much important historical data can possibly be obtained, is now in the Library of the Surgeon-General's office at
th the 21st Louisiana and 10th South Carolina regiments, and afterwards as a hospital surgeon. Dr. Foard was medical director of the Army of Tennessee. Dr. Graham was surgeon of the Sixty-seventh North Carolina Infantry. Dr. Kellar was medical director of the Trans-Mississippi Department. Christopher Hamilton Tebault, M. D. Medical director A. J. Foard Surgeon Joseph Graham Medical director J. M. Kellar Druitt's Surgery, Bartlett On Fevers, Wood's Practice, Watson's Practice, Tanner's Practice, and a copy of the United States Dispensatory, by Wood & Bache. Occasional copies of The Confederate States medical and surgical Journal, reached field and hospital surgeons. It was published in Richmond by Ayres & Wade, with the approval and under the supervision of the Surgeon-General, monthly from January, 1864, until February, 1865. A complete file from which much important historical data can possibly be obtained, is now in the Library of the Surgeon-General's office at