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The following correspondence and documents embrace the sum of our present knowledge, with reference to the Confederate veterans and disabled soldiers of 1861-1865 in the State of South Carolina:
Executive chamber, Columbia, S. C., April 11, 1890. Prof. Joseph Jones, M. D., Box 1600, New Orleans, La.:
dear Sir—The governor has received yours of the 9th inst., and directs me to inform you that he will take immediate steps to procure as much of the information you deved, have made or will make provision for their native veterans. The editor has seen newspaper reference to contemplated action, but is not definitely advised as to such.
Executive Department, Office of the Adjutant and Inspector-General, Columbia, S. C., June 12, 1890. Surgeon General Jones, New Orleans, La.:
Sir—Herewith I send you some pamphlets relating to late war.
The rolls of companies from this State have never been completed, some forty not having yet come in, as per report of
regiment, from May—, 1861, till August,—, 1862, when Florida hospital was organized, and he made chief surgeon at Richmond, Virginia.
Present address, Monticello, Florida.
Dr. Carey Gamble, surgeon of the First regiment, from April 3, 1861, and afterwards, of the Florida brigade, in the Army of Tennessee; now resides in Baltimore.
Dr. J. D. Godfrey, surgeon Fifth regiment, April, 1862; now resides in Jasper, Florida.
Dr. Thomas P. Gary, surgeon Seventh Florida regiment. Died at Ocala, Florida, 1891.
Dr. Richard P. Daniel, surgeon Eight regiment, May, 1862, till April 9, 1865; now resides in Jacksonville, Florida.
Dr.——Hooper, assistant-surgeon Eight regiment; killed at Fredericksburg, Virginia, in line of duty, December 12, 1863.
Dr. Theophilus West, assistant-surgeon Eight regiment, from December 12, 1863, till April 9, 1865; address, Marianna, Florida.
Dr. R. W. B. Hargis, surgeon First regiment; address, Pensacola, Florida.
Dr. J. H. Randolph, surgeon depar
General Commanding United Confederate Veterans, Atlanta, Ga..
General—I have the honor to submit the follorfreesboro, Chickamauga; engagements from Dalton to Atlanta; battles around Atlanta, Jonesboro, Franklin and NaAtlanta, Jonesboro, Franklin and Nashville.
The meeting of the Confederate surgeons, assembled by invitation in N. B. Forrest Camp, was called J. B. Hood, during the series of engagements around Atlanta and Jonesboro July 4 to September 1, 1864, loss, ki. Johnston.
In his masterly retreat from Dalton to Atlanta, he opposed successfully less than fifty thousand , but such an institution is now being builded near Atlanta with funds privately contributed by patriotic citiz hereby repealed.
Approved December 24, 1888.
Atlanta, Ga, April 14, 1890. Jos. Jones, M. D., Surgeon-Gent, Clement A. Evans.
Executive Department, Atlanta, Ga., August 27, 1891. Dr. Joseph Jones, M. D., SurgeNorthen, Governor.
Adjutant-General's office, Atlanta, Ga., August 27, 1891. Prof. Joseph Jones, M. D., Sur