--The committee of citizens appointed to look after and take care of the wounded soldiers, have been performing that duty with a fidelity that shows the trust confided to them was not misplaced.
They have done all the work of removing the wounded soldiers — those of our enemies as well as our own men — with a tender solicitude for their helpless condition which deserves all praise.
It seems proper, however, that some of the Confederate
soldiers should be detailed to help them, on the arrival of the trains.
A little aid in keeping back the impatient crowd that usually assembles on such as occasion, and a little help in removing the disabled men from the cars, would no doubt be very acceptable.