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Arrival of Surgeons. The following Surgeons arrived in the flag of truce boat yesterday; Surgeons Cooper, Priolean, and Whitfield, Assistant Surgeons Leverett, Carvis, Hill, McQueen, Newell, Wallace, Whitfield, and Monton. These gentlemen have been in attendance upon the wounded and sick at Sharpsburg, Boonsboro, and South Mountain.
r to cut off his retreat to the capital, and to act as a reserve to Gen, Lee in case of need, it will be seen at once that there are both sense and strategy in this plan. --In case it should succeed, Washington would be in greater danger than it has been yet. The following are the number and present disposition of all the rebel troops: Rebel "Army of the Potomac," commanded by General Lee in person, headquarters at Winchester, army corps of Gen. Jackson, Gen. Longstreet, and Gen. Hill, each about 40,000 strong, and including the divisions of Gen. Ewell, Gen. Huger, Gen. Stuart, Gen. Ross, and Gen. Craig120,000 Gen. Johnston's army corps, (headquarters at Culpeper,) consisting of the divisions of Gen. Gustavus W. Smith, Gen. Jones, and Gen. Horton, each division about 15,000 strong 45,000 Two army corps at Gordonsville, each 40,000 strong80,000 At Richmond, Petersburg, and on James river20,000 At Lynchburg, (conscripts in camp of instruction for the last three months
The Daily Dispatch: October 23, 1862., [Electronic resource], Losses in the third Company Richmond Howitzers. (search)
Almost a fire --Yesterday evening, about 4½ o'clock, the floor of the kitchen of the eating house of Mr. Wm. J. Hill, near the Vegetable Market, was discovered to be on fire, having caught from the heat of the stove. Messrs. Brown, Peasley and Jones, who live in the vicinity, woke open the door of the house, in which the flames were making rapid headway, and by duit of considerable exertion saved the whole block from becoming a prey to fire. The fire was hustled out of existence so speedily that it was not deemed necessary to ring the bell.