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unded, and they were crowded here to the amount of 1,200 or 1,300--sick and wounded — in a few days, without any preparation having been made for their accommodation. There were but two surgeons — Drs. Cabell and Davis — who only received their appointments a few days before. They did all that men could do to provide for the unexpected arrival, working for days and nights without rest, assisted by Mr. George Dewden, of Richmond as druggist Dr. Peter Winst a, of Chesterfield; Dr. Lance, Dr. Nelson Dr. Paston, Dr. Gooch, Dr. Allen, Dr. Carter, Dr. Hughes and Cottars, of this town; also Dr. Binnell, of Charleston, South Carolina, who, regardless of their private practice, volunteered their assistance, and worked night and day. The of this county and town deserve every praised in fact, every citizen competed with the other as to who could render the most assistance and supplies. Private houses were thrown open, and the question was How many sick or wounded can I Major Peyton, of th<
among the people, and designates it as a "perfect stampede" from Unionism to the advocacy of the Southern cause. Mr. T. A. R. Nelson had reached home, and it was understood that he would issue an address to the people of East Tennessee through the present revolution as has taken place in the eastern section of this State in the last ten days. Letter from Hon. T. A. R. Nelson. The following letter from Mr. Nelson is published in the Knoxville Register, of the 16th: Having been aMr. Nelson is published in the Knoxville Register, of the 16th: Having been arrested in Lee county, Va., taken to Cumberland Gap, and sent to Richmond, Va., I deem it due to all those who have had me in actual custody, to state that they have treated me with uniform civility and kindness. To Captain Powell, at Cumberland Gappe that my friends will cherish no feelings of unkindness towards all or either of the persons referred to. T. A. R. Nelson. A not for ten Abolitionists. The Fayetteville (N. C.) Observer says: We have learned that the sum of $21