From the Richmond Whig, Monday, 7/7/1862 , p. 1
FIRE IN A HOSPITAL. The alarm of fire Saturday night, between 11 and 12 o'clock , proceeded from Bacon and Baskervill's warehouse, on Cary street , between 11th and 12th streets, now used as a hospital. A furnace had been erected in the basement for a large iron boiler, the brick work resting upon a wooden floor. - The floor ignited from the heat, and but for the timely discovery of the fire, the consequences might have been serious indeed.