From the Richmond Enquirer, 6/6/1862
We continue this morning the publication of the list of casualties in the recent battles near Richmond.
CREW'S FACTORY HOSPITAL.
The subjoined is a list of the wounded, who, up to seven o'clock Monday evening, had been received in this hospital. The building, situated on the corner of Cary and 21st streets, is spacious and airy, and admirably kept. The patients are clean and comfortable, and have every want attended to. A large number of ladies were yesterday in attendance, ministering to the stricken sufferers as only women can.
[following list of 207 casualties not transcribed]
CHRISTIAN AND LEA's HOSPITAL,
Twentieth street, between Main and Franklin.
[following list of 50 casualties not transcribed]
THE GWATHMEY HOSPITAL,
Corner of Cary and Twenty-Fifth Streets.
[following list of 47 casualties not transcribed]
THE LIGGON HOSPITAL.
Main street, between Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth.
[following list of 67 casualties not transcribed]
THE KEEN, BALDWIN & WILLIAMS HOSPITAL,
The following wounded soldiers are at the above named hospital:
[following list of 87 casualties not transcribed]
The list of wounded in the other hospitals will be published hereafter.
THE CITY ALMS HOUSE HOSPITAL.
The number of wounded received into the City Alms House Hospital is four hundred and nine. Our reporters made two ineffectual efforts to obtain a list of the patients, but the facilities which have been afforded us at other Hospital were denied us here. We are therefore unable to satisfy the friends of the gallant men in this department with information, so much desired, as to their whereabouts and the nature of their respective injuries.
We continue this morning the publication of our list of casualties in the recent battles near Richmond:
Corner of 19th and Franklin.
[following list of 127 casualties not transcribed]
THIRD ALABAMA HOSPITAL.
Corner of 22nd and Franklin Street.
[following list of 144 casualties not transcribed]
19th street, between Main and Franklin.
[following list of 34 casualties not transcribed]
LIST OF WOUNDED RECEIVED AT CHIMBORAZO HOSPITAL, MAY 31st, AND JUNE 1st and 2nd, 1862.
J B McCaw, Surgeon-in-Chief.
[following list of 263 casualties not transcribed]
ROSS FACTORY HOSPITAL.
Main street, between Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth.
[following list of 57 casualties not transcribed]
On Twenty-fifth street, between Main and Franklin.
[following list of 44 casualties not transcribed]