Wounded from North Carolina.
We have received, (from Surgeon Gen. Johnson we suppose) a catalogue containing a list of the wounded from this State in the battle of Richmond, from June 26th, to July 1st, 1862. The Surgeon General states that besides the regular corps, a large number of Surgeons are in regular attendance at the several Hospitals, and agents from the State depot visit and distribute supplies to our wounded soldiers daily, while the ladies of Richmond are diligently employed, doing all in their power to alleviate their sufferings. The number of names in this list is 3,468, though a great many who remained in brigade hospitals or who were taken to private houses are not enumerated. Hospital stores, poultry, vegetables, &c., are needed, which may be directed to the North Carolina depot, Richmond Va., care of Claiborne Watkins, agent
Source: The Greensborough Patriot, August 7, 1862 as found in Confederate Newspaper Project