RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 12

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From the National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, “Letters Sent & Received, Medical Director’s Office, 1864-65.” p. 12

Medical Director’s Office Feb. 28, ‘64

Sir,

You were directed to keep all the sick and wounded from each State together. Why 197 N. Carolinians in one division and 87 in another – The order for the closing of the divisions has not been literally obeyed, as is obvious from your daily report. You were directed to close all but one Division and when that was full to its capacity to open another ward by ward as they were actually needed.

Very Respectfully
Wm. A. Carrington
Med. Director

Surg. Hancock
Jackson Hospl