Sick and wounded Confederate soldiers at Hagerstown and Williamsport.
Old record sent to Governor Tyler.
Dr. J. M. Gaines, the surgeon in charge, wishes it preserved to Posterity—List contains nearly three hundred names.
Governor Tyler has received from Dr. J. M. Gaines, of Hagerstown, Md., late surgeon 18th Virginia infantry, Garnett's brigade, Pickett's division, Longstreet's corps, Army of Northern Virginia, a complete list of the sick and wounded Confederate soldiers left at Williamsport, Pa., and Hagerstown, Md., after the battle of Gettysburg, from July 13 to August 12, 1863.
Dr. Gaines made the report of the number of inmates of these hospitals.
By order of General Lee, he was left at Williamsport to care for the wounded of the Army of Northern Virginia.
After the hospital was established in Hagerstown, Dr. Gaines was sent thither by the Federal authorities to care for his wounded comrades.
He remained with the wounded and sick until most of them were sent Nor
Lee, General R. E., 42, 73, 269, 290, 317.
Lee. Mrs. Susan P., 40.
Legal worthies of Virginia, 353.
Lincoln, President, Platform of, 79; his emancipation proclamation, 80; character and religious opinions, 165, 369: his assumption and duplicity, 365; hated by his Cabinet; suppressed bill for reconstruction, 369; his demand for unconditional surrender of the South, 368, 375; efforts to defeat the second election of, 365; did not offer to pay for our slaves, 374.
Longstreet, General, James, his delinquency at Gettysburg, 195.
Lowell, General Charles R., 273.
Loyall, Commander B. P., 136.
McCabe, W. Gordon, 286.
McCaslan, Captain W. E., killed, 196.
McCausland, General, John, 179.
McClure, Colonel A. K., 366.
McGuire, Dr., Hunter, his able report on school histories, 98.
McGuire, Prof. J. P. Address by, 352, 359
McDowell, Battle of, 43.
McLaws, General L., 55.
McCaw, Dr J. B., 335.
McMasters, Lieutenant, killed, 316
Magruder: Colonel John Bo