Panic in a Hospital.
--A letter from Columbia, Tennessee
, gives an account of a fright which some Yankees got who had occupied a church as a hospital:
"Our churches are hospitals, and we live in continual fear of having to vacate private dwellings.
A few days since, quite a panic occurred at the Episcopal Church Hospital.
There had been eight deaths in about forty-eight hours, and at midnight, while the eighth man was giving up the ghost, out rushed all the patients into the street, declaring 'a judgment from the Lord
for desecrating His house!' and neither love nor money could bring them back. "