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The Hospital Transport service. The organization of this service by the United States Sanitary Commission difficulties encountered steamers and sailing vessels employed the corps of Ladies employed in the service the headquarters' staff Ladies plying on the Transports to Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, and elsewhere work on the Daniel Webster the Ocean Queen difficulties in providing as rapidly as was desired for the numerous patients duties of the Ladies who belonged to the headquarters' staff description of scenes in the work by Miss Wormeley and Miss G. Woolsey taking on patients butter on soft bread Guess I can stand h'isting better'n him spare the darning needles slippers only fit for pontoon bridges visiting Government Transports Scrambling eggs in a wash-basin Subduing the captain of a tug the battle of Fair Oaks bad management on Government Transports sufferings of the wounded Sanitary Commission Relief tent at the wharf