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visit to Fortress Monroe she determines to go to the front and attaches herself to the Third Division, Second Corps, Hospital at City Point has an attack of pleurisy on her recovery resumes her labors is again attacked and dies on the 21st of December, 1864 her happy death mourning of the convalescent soldiers of the Filbert Street Hospital over her death Among the thousands of noble women who devoted their time and services to the cause of our suffering soldiers during the rebellion tht, she was prostrated again. She was unwilling at first that her family should be made uneasy by sending for them. But her disease soon began to make rapid and alarming progress. She consented that they should be summoned. But on the 21st of December, 1864, the day after this consent was obtained, she passed away to her rest. Like a faithful soldier, she died at her post. She was in early life led to put her trust in Christ, and was baptized about thirty years ago, by her father, on con