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William Dickinson (search for this): article 8
Clearing the hospitals. --A large number of wounded and disabled prisoners of war, who have been taken care of by our medical department since the 21st of July, will soon be sent home. Among those who have recently gone, are Captains R. T. Shillinglaw and William Mansor, of the Seventy-ninth New York; Lieutenant William Dickinson, of the Third United States infantry; and Lieutenant Issac W. Hart, of the Twentieth Indians.
Clearing the hospitals. --A large number of wounded and disabled prisoners of war, who have been taken care of by our medical department since the 21st of July, will soon be sent home. Among those who have recently gone, are Captains R. T. Shillinglaw and William Mansor, of the Seventy-ninth New York; Lieutenant William Dickinson, of the Third United States infantry; and Lieutenant Issac W. Hart, of the Twentieth Indians.
R. T. Shillinglaw (search for this): article 8
Clearing the hospitals. --A large number of wounded and disabled prisoners of war, who have been taken care of by our medical department since the 21st of July, will soon be sent home. Among those who have recently gone, are Captains R. T. Shillinglaw and William Mansor, of the Seventy-ninth New York; Lieutenant William Dickinson, of the Third United States infantry; and Lieutenant Issac W. Hart, of the Twentieth Indians.
Issac W. Hart (search for this): article 8
Clearing the hospitals. --A large number of wounded and disabled prisoners of war, who have been taken care of by our medical department since the 21st of July, will soon be sent home. Among those who have recently gone, are Captains R. T. Shillinglaw and William Mansor, of the Seventy-ninth New York; Lieutenant William Dickinson, of the Third United States infantry; and Lieutenant Issac W. Hart, of the Twentieth Indians.
William Mansor (search for this): article 8
Clearing the hospitals. --A large number of wounded and disabled prisoners of war, who have been taken care of by our medical department since the 21st of July, will soon be sent home. Among those who have recently gone, are Captains R. T. Shillinglaw and William Mansor, of the Seventy-ninth New York; Lieutenant William Dickinson, of the Third United States infantry; and Lieutenant Issac W. Hart, of the Twentieth Indians.
July 21st (search for this): article 8
Clearing the hospitals. --A large number of wounded and disabled prisoners of war, who have been taken care of by our medical department since the 21st of July, will soon be sent home. Among those who have recently gone, are Captains R. T. Shillinglaw and William Mansor, of the Seventy-ninth New York; Lieutenant William Dickinson, of the Third United States infantry; and Lieutenant Issac W. Hart, of the Twentieth Indians.