From the Richmond Dispatch, 6/4/1862

A Touching Incident. – Whilst taking a catalogue of the wounded at Seabrook's Warehouse on Monday, our attention was arrested by a poor, delirious soldier, who, in piteous accents, was calling to his mother. We involuntarily "brushed away a tear," and thought of that fond mother, who, at her home in the wilds of Florida, was perhaps at that moment praying for her son. By his side stood one of those angels, whose very presence would make hell a heaven, bathing his fevered brow. "God bless her!" we thought, and passed on in our sad work.

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