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Added October 28, 1999

Richmond Enquirer 8/1/1862; Castle Godwin is full
Richmond Enquirer 10/10/1862; sick and wounded arriving in Richmond report to Receiving Hospital (GH#9)
Richmond Enquirer 10/21/1862; member of the 1st VA Inf. escapes from Castle Thunder.
Richmond Enquirer 11/7/1862; negroes arrested in front of GH#18
Richmond Enquirer 11/17/1862; Federal deserters put in Libby Prison

Added October 27, 1999

Richmond Enquirer 3/7/1862; Capt. A. C. Godwin resigns as Provost Marshal to concentrate on his duties as commandant of prisons.
Richmond Enquirer 3/7/1862; Charles Palmer released from custody for suspected unionist sympathies
Richmond Enquirer 3/7/1862; Two more unionists arrested and put in Castle Godwin
Richmond Enquirer 5/27/62; soldier shot in front of Seabrook's warehouse
Richmond Enquirer 6/6/1862; casualty list from Seven Pines, listing the hospitals where wounded were taken.
Richmond Enquirer 6/6/1862; two ladies released from Castle Godwin
Richmond Enquirer 6/6/1862; 20 nurses and 12 laundresses needed at Gen. Hos. #1
Richmond Enquirer 7/11/1862; ventilation of hospitals; Seabrook's (GH#9) praised
Richmond Enquirer 7/11/1862; relates the poor condition of hospitals

Added October 26, 1999

Richmond Enquirer 7/30/61; List of wounded soldiers and where sent; mostly private houses - no organized hospitals yet.
Richmond Enquirer 11/12/1861; 247 dead POWs interred in Shockoe Hill burial ground
Richmond Enquirer 11/25/1861; More POWs arrive at Richmond.
Richmond Enquirer 11/25/1861; 3 POWs died in prison.
Richmond Enquirer 12/10/1861; list of clothing for Massachusetts prisoners
Richmond Enquirer 12/10/1861; "Negro Prisoners of War"
Richmond Enquirer 12/10/1861; List of deceased Prisoners of War
Richmond Enquirer 3/4/1862; good description of Castle Godwin
Richmond Enquirer 3/4/1862; John Minor Botts and Franklin Stearns arrested; Richmond under martial law
Richmond Enquirer 3/4/1862; John Scully & Pryce Lewis (Pinkerton spies) arrested and claim protection of British government.
Richmond Enquirer 3/4/1862; Union sympathizers sent to Castle Godwin; John Scully sent there also
Richmond Enquirer 3/7/1862; stragglers being arrested and put in Castle Godwin
Richmond Enquirer 5/27/1862; Winder Hospital needs empty vials to be sent there
Richmond Enquirer 5/27/1862; YMCA appoints man to assist at Camp Winder
Richmond Enquirer 6/6/1862; hospital directory

Added October 24, 1999

Richmond Enquirer 6/13/61; "The Encampments," mentions Howard's Grove and the troops stationed there.
Richmond Enquirer 6/18/61; Classified notice that Surgeon A. Y. P. Garnett (surgeon at Robertson Hosp.) has come to Richmond.
Richmond Enquirer 7/2/61; Harwood's Factory has been fitted up for a prison.
Richmond Enquirer 7/16/61; Soldier from camp at Howard's Grove drowned in the James.
Richmond Enquirer 7/30/61; City Alms House Hospital (Gen. Hos. #1) described. Used as a prison at this time.
Richmond Enquirer 8/13/61; member of 2nd SC died at St. Charles Hospital
Richmond Enquirer 8/16/1861; sick soldiers being brought to Gilliam's Factory (Gen. Hos. #3)
Richmond Enquirer 8/20/1861; Centenary Methodist Church Hospital established
Richmond Enquirer 9/6/61; Yankees attempt to escape from prison, shot by sentries on Libby Hill.
Richmond Enquirer 9/13/1861; American House Hospital closed
Richmond Enquirer 9/17/1861; "Hospitals in Richmond" list
Richmond Enquirer 9/24/61; Yankee prisoner shot by a sentinel; buried at Shockoe
Richmond Enquirer 10/1/1861; 34 convalescent soldiers from St. Francis de Sales, Medical College, and Bellevue hospitals sent to Petersburg

Added October 13, 1999

William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no.53) Printed “Guide for Inspection of Hospitals and Inspector’s Report.
William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no.54) Inspection report, n.d., for Genl. Hosp. #2.
A. G. Lane CSR (M331) (roll #100) 11/6/1864; Inspection report of 2nd Div., Winder Hospital

Added October 11, 1999

Inspection report, dated 11/24/62, of meat distribution center for Richmond area hospitals.
Inspection report, dated 11/20/62, of all numbered battery defenses of Richmond, containing both military and medical details.
Inspection report, dated 11/20/62, of 3rd Alabama Hosp.
Inspection report, dated 11/17/62, of Battery #15.
Inspection report, dated 11/16/62, of Genl. Hosp. #17.
Inspection report, dated 11/16/62, of Genl. Hosp. #16.
Orders on meat delivery to hosps., especially Genl. Hosp. #4, dated 11/15/62.
Inspection report, dated 11/13/62, of Bellevue Hosp.
Inspection report, dated 11/11/62, for Manchester Camp & Prison Hosp.

Added October 10, 1999

William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no.26) 1/7/63; Memo regarding Genl. Hospls. #1, 8, 10, 4, and the Louisiana Hospl.
William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no.24) 1/14/63; Report of variola cases at Genl. Hosp. #26.
William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no.21) 1/21/63; Order closing down St. Francis de Sales & Medical College Hospitals.
William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no.27) 12/8/62; Inspection report, South Carolina hosp., with drawings.

Added October 9, 1999

William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no.15) 10/6/62; Inspection report, for Clopton Hosp.
William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no.12) 10/8/62; Inspection report, for CSA steam laundry.
William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no.6) 10/21/62; Inspection report, for Samaritan Hosp.
William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no.7) 10/25/62; Inspection report, for “Soldiers Home” Hosp.
William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no.9) 10/27/62; Details of arrangements for Louisiana Hospital.
William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no. 10) 10/28/62; details of arrangements for Bellevue Hospital.
William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no. 20) 2/9/63; Summary of trends in Richmond hospitals.
William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no. 17) 5/13/63; Report on post-Chancellorsville flood of patients.

Added October 8, 1999

William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no. 1) 11/2/1862; Report on number of beds available in Richmond and the number actually in use. Also number of employees, and chaplains.
William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no. 33) 11/20/1862; Inspection Report, 2nd Alabama Hospital.

Added October 7, 1999

William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no. 52) 11/8/62; Inspection report, General Hospital #13.

Added October 6, 1999

William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no. 50) 11/10/62; Inspection report, General Hospital #14.
William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no. 51) 11/8/62; Inspection report, General Hospital #12.

Added October 5, 1999

William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no. 48) 11/11/1862; Inspection report, General Hospital #18.
William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no. 47) 11/12/1862; Inspection report, General Hospital #21.
William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no. 37) 11/12/1862; Orders on sanitation for Gen. Hospl. #21
William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no. 44) 11/13/1862; Inspection report, Howard's Grove.
William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no. 42) 11/15/1862; Inspection report, Louisiana Hospital.

Added October 3, 1999

William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no. 36) 11/19/1862; Inspection Report, General Hospital #1.
William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no. 31) 11/25/1862; Inspection Report, General Hospital #2.
William A. Carrington CSR (M331) (no. 30) 12/29/1862; Inspection Report, General Hospital #4.

Added October 1, 1999

William A. Carrington CSR (M331-roll 49) (no.13) 10/8/62, Inspection report,  General Hospital #27.
William A. Carrington CSR (M331-roll 49) (no.14) 10/9/62, Inspection report,  General Hospital #27.
William A. Carrington CSR (M331-roll 49) (no. 28) 12/6/1862; Inspection report, General Hospital #19
William A. Carrington CSR (M331-roll 49) (no. 22) 1/28/63; Order closing down Robertson, Samaritan, and Soldiers Home Hospitals.

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