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e air was impure and the ventilation shocking. No surgeons were provided for them, save the single surgeon in charge of each hospital, and these took no means to relieve our sufferers, save in a single case, when a rebel surgeon produced a rusty saw and amputated a leg. The patient afterwards died. Of all the rebel ladies that were so officious in attending to their own maimed, not one appeared among the wounded and dying strangers that crowded their city. Southern female spies--Miss Belle Boyd. A letter dated Front Royal, Va., July 12th, published in the Philadelphia Inquirer, says of Southern female spies: These women are the most accomplished in Southern circles. They are introduced under assumed names to our officers, so as to avoid detection or recognition from those to whom their names are known, but their persons unknown. By such means they are enabled to frequently meet combined, but at separate times, the officers of every regiment in a whole column, and b