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The Daily Dispatch: April 2, 1862., [Electronic resource] 14 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: August 8, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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ollowing military works, all of which are very convenient hand-books: Southern Military Manual; containing all the Confederate military laws, articles of war, army regulations, field artillery; Mahan's Treatise on the effects of musketry and artillery, and the means of directing the fire so as to obtain the best results; Hardee's Manual of Arms, fully illustrated; Military Ordinances of Louisiana and Mississippi; Uniform; Military Maxims of Napoleon I.; health hints for volunteers, &c. Jackson, Miss. J. L. Power.--New Orleans: H. P. Lathrop. The typography very good. School of the Guides, or the practical soldier, designed for the use of the militia of the Confederate States. Richmond: West &Johnston. An Elementary Treatise on advanced guard, out-post and detachment service of troops, and the manner of posting and handling them in presence of an enemy, &c., & c. By D. H. Mahan, Professor of Military and Civil Engineering, & c, United States Military Academy Richmond:
St. Charles Hotel. --This capacious establishment, so kindly tendered by the owners, Messrs. R. H. Dickinson and Geo. W. Yancey, has been converted into a regular Hospital by the committee appointed to attend on our wounded and sick volunteers. The committee deserve great praise for their untiring exertion and strict attention to the wants of our sick and wounded. There is in attendance a regularly organised corps of Surgeons, among whom are Drs. J. F. Jackson and F. W. Hancock, of Richmond; Dr. Tuff, of Washington, D. C., and Dr. Jones, of Maryland. There are 160, or more, patients in the building.