over-exertion in connection with the Fair
her poetical contributions to the national cause
in the Hospital
Miss Georgiana M. Woolsey
labors on Hospital Transports
at Portsmouth Grove Hospital
her work at Gettysburg wicreamed so
the German mother
the Oregon lieutenant
put some meat in a little water and stirred it round
Miss Woolsey's rare capacities for her work
estimate of a lady friend
Miss Jane Stuart Woolsey
labors in hospitals
her charge oblue be dim; These stripes, no less than stars, Lead after Him.
Mrs. Howland died in the summer of 1864.
Miss Georgiana M. Woolsey, was one of the most efficient ladies connected with the Hospital Transport service, where her constant cheerfur--: What we did at Gettysburg, for the three weeks we were there, you will want to know.
We, are Mrs.
Her mother, Mrs. Woolsey. and I, who, happening to be on hand at the right moment, gladly fell in with the proposition to do what we could at t