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gomery Advertiser furnishes that journal with an account of the experience of Dr. Bates, of the 10th Alabama regiment, who remained with Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Forney, who was wounded in the battle at Williamsburg Dr. Bates staid at Williamsburg about ten days, was then sent to Washington city as a prisoner; but, in charge of d to come home, and finally discharged unconditionally The letter says: Dr. Bates decided to cast his lot with the Colonel, and as our troops departed and the re shortly after placed under the control of the Yankee Surgeons, after which Dr. Bates played a subordinate part, professionally, merely nursing, dressing and lookiilliamsburg along with our wounded, and occupied a position near Col. Forney. Dr. Bates attended to his wants and sufferings, and they soon became acquainted on goodms. When our army left their wounded and the Yankees came in, the Major told Dr. Bates if he got into any trouble to let him know, and he would help him out of it.