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Hospital abuses.

That there are abuses in our military hospitals who hears the touching narratives of our soldiers from pallid lips, doubt. Those men have no native in rehearsing their writings, and then weakened frames are too rebel in which to nurse that feeling of resentment naturally nerves the quick beating hearts of the strong when wrong and trustly in the A great many complaints have been to the public through the newspapers, and the of Congress was secured by the the of Representatives on the department if a system by which the hospital can be brought to the notice of that not remedied. The complaining soldiers is to draw up a paper stating his grievances and forward to some member of the committee accompanied by the certificate of a commissioned officer, that the writer is personally known to him and his statements entitled to credit, or he may make an affidavit before a justice of the peace and forward, as above stated, accompanying it with the certificate of the justice that the deponent is a man worthy of belief. In each case the address of the writer must be distinctly written. The following are the names and post-offices of the members of the committee, any one of whom may be written to A. R. Wright Rome Ga; C. W. Bel. Brunswick, Mo; John Goods, Jr., Liberty, Va; J. S. Christmas. Memorially, Ky., W. N. H. Smith, Arvestore, N. C. Jas. Farrow, Spartansburg, S. C., A. P. This Center, Ala; Thomas Menses Spring dead, Tenn; G. D. Reyston, Washington, Art.

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