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Seabrook Island (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 12
Wounded Yankees. --There were yesterday 139 wounded Yankees at the C. S. Hospital, on Cary street, and one abolition doctor, Marshall, who aids the regular Surgeon in taking care of them. The Abolitionists who were wounded in Saturday's battle were conveyed by mistake to Seabrook's warehouse, and are there still, being too sick to be removed.
Wounded Yankees. --There were yesterday 139 wounded Yankees at the C. S. Hospital, on Cary street, and one abolition doctor, Marshall, who aids the regular Surgeon in taking care of them. The Abolitionists who were wounded in Saturday's battle were conveyed by mistake to Seabrook's warehouse, and are there still, being too sick to be removed.