Editorials and Medical Intelligence

1861 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
He had got up from his sick-bed on the day of the battle, to render his assistance on Harrison's Island, and had done a large day's work that day and every day after, though needing as much care himself as many of those whom he was taking care of. Dr. Haven was also rendering excellent service, and had been very assiduously employed since the battle. The Brigade Surgeon, Dr. Crosby, of NewIIampshire, was doing excellent work. I do not know that it is proper for me to call the names of persons
more » ... names of persons in this manner, but, if it is not, my report is only semi-official as my visit was. I was very much pleased with the temporary Hospitals erected at Poolesville. The ventilation of these was excellent, and the whole arrangement contributed very much to the comfort and welfare of the patients, as well as to the convenience of the Surgeons and the attendants. Miss Stevenson, of Boston, had arrived the same day that 1 did, and her services were represented to me as being grateful and valuable.
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