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The sick.

The hospitals are overrun with the sick and wounded, including many of the enemy. A correspondent suggests that the lecture rooms of the churches would be admirably suited for hospitals, and that by appropriating them to the accommodation of the disabled soldiers the overcrowded hospitals might be relieved. We are sure that our people will do all they can, and surrender every place that can be spared to the use of those to whom they and the country at large are so much indebted.--The appropriation of the lecture rooms, would, probably, in some cases at least, involve the churches also. Yet, if it becomes necessary, we are sure the churches themselves will be surrendered.

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