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y difficult to keep maggots out of the wounds; in fact, I saw them on the bandages, and in the wounds, in a number of instances, where both nurses and surgeons had discharged their duty with commendable benevolence, patriotism and rigid care. Dr. Fairfax, a highly estimable gentleman, and an excellent surgeon, who has charge of the wounded at the University under Prof. Cabell, and surely there is a large number there — informed me that he found the flies very troublesome, depositing maggots deto the skin, even, will produce constitutional effects, and (a fortiori,) much sooner when applied to a wound or denuded surface, as in this latter case it comes in immediate contact with the absorbant vessels. I suggested a lotion or wash to Dr. Fairfax, which I will here repeat, that every wounded soldier may have the benefit of it; and I want them all to know it, both in private houses and the hospitals: The best remedy against maggots, both after they have been deposited in the wound and b
and the relics of the Secession press were thrown upon the burning prier, while the soldiers gathered around the smoldering ruins and gave vent to their joy in the wildest acclamations. After the fires had somewhat abated, and nearly everything had been consumed, the City Marshal went into the office and pervaded upon the rioters to go into the street. Suspicious of the French. The Washington correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer, speaking of the visit of Prince Napoleon to Fairfax, says: As the Prince entered the carriage he remarked, in a jocular manner, in reply to some observation of a member of the corps dipiomatique, "that he might possibly go as far as Richmond" The carriages were preceded and followed by the cavalry, whose clanking sores, dancing plumes and shining accoutrements were seen flashing in the sunlight for miles ahead. When the Cabinet met, the matter was referred to and discussed. It is understood that more than one member of that body expr