From the Richmond Examiner, 6/2/1864

THE WOUNDED IN THE HOSPITALS. The physicians in charge of the hospitals report that the wounded are doing remarkable well, and that the per centage of deaths is smaller than among the wounded in the seven days battles around Richmond. The more slightly wounded are restive under hospital restraint at this crowning epoch of the history of the army of Northern Virginia, and are abandoning the hospitals by scores and rejoining their commands at the front.

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