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Ashland (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 13
Removal of sick. --A large number of sick soldiers have lately been sent from Richmond to Danville. Wednesday several train loads of sick that had been accumulating at Ashland were brought to this city, and will, no doubt, also be sent to Danville, where it is said accommodations have been provided for 5,000--A battle near Richmond would render a great deal of hospital room necessary at this point.
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Removal of sick. --A large number of sick soldiers have lately been sent from Richmond to Danville. Wednesday several train loads of sick that had been accumulating at Ashland were brought to this city, and will, no doubt, also be sent to Danville, where it is said accommodations have been provided for 5,000--A battle near Richmond would render a great deal of hospital room necessary at this point. Removal of sick. --A large number of sick soldiers have lately been sent from Richmond to Danville. Wednesday several train loads of sick that had been accumulating at Ashland were brought to this city, and will, no doubt, also be sent to Danville, where it is said accommodations have been provided for 5,000--A battle near Richmond would render a great deal of hospital room necessary at this point.