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by the Confederate cavalry.
The Stone Church at Centreville, shown in the lower picture, had been used as a hospital only three days before, July 18, 1861, after the battle of Blackburn's Ford.
The houses upon the field of battle, especially the first year, before the field-hospital system was perfected, were often utilized for army hospital purposes.
Mrs. Spinners house in 1862—used as a hospital in 1861 during the Bull Run battle
The stone church at Centreville—a hospital before Bull Run I found an old carriage-and wagon-shop about sixty by one hundred feet, two stories high.
It had a good roof, plenty of windows above and below, an incline leading up to the upper floor on the outside, and a good well.
This I immediately placarded as Bate's Division Hospital, and put part of the detail to work cleaning out the work-benches, old lumber, and other debris.
Further up the same street, I found an unoccupied brick store, two stories high, eighty by twenty feet, and, on the