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, to the bureau of medicine and surgery. Dr. Page was born in Virginia, and appointed to the sloop-of-war Falmouth, in October, 1855. Serious accident to soldiers at Pittsburg. The Baltimore Sun, of the 21st, has the following: On Friday last Col. Negler's brigade embarked at Pittsburg for Louisville, a portion of them on the steamer Sir William Wallace, whose hurricane deck, in consequence of the weight, gave way, injuring a number of persons. Adjutant C. R. Fralley, of Col. Hambright's Lancaster regiment, received a concussion of the brain, by which he was so much depressed that his recovery is a matter of doubt. Daniel Lancis, a private in the same regiment, was thrown from the hurricane roof to the lower deck, receiving a frightful wound on the head, and serious injuries of the back. Recovery doubtful. Corporal Michael Coyle, John Oramer, and Charles Heckler, privates, all of company B, were more or less injured. Daniel Clemens, a musician, had his wrist broken