Just a couple of articles from the Richmond Daily Dispatch.
The Daily Dispatch: July 23, 1863.
--A large proportion of the wounded soldiers who have arrived here from the fields around Gettysburg are injured in the arm or hand. Many of them will be ready for the field in a very short time, and all we have conversed with seem to have but one wish, and that is to join the army as speedily as possible, and see it again measure strength with the Yankee multitude.
The Daily Dispatch: July 29, 1863.
--Many of the noble fellows wounded at Gettysburg have been removed to this city, under the care of Dr. Rodday, and are improving rapidly. In their long and toilsome journey their sufferings were very great, and would have been considerably increased but for the kind ladies at Ivy station, is Albemarle, who ministered to their wants, by supplying every one of them with the choicest edibles and with an abundance of cool milk and delicious butter. Not a wounded soldier was allowed to pass without being first feasted to his heart's content on the fat of that bounteous land. We are sure that those ministering angles have the prayers of the poor soldiers for their timely kindness.
The Daily Dispatch: August 21, 1863.
On Saturday, the 15th of August, 1863, at Chimborazo Hospital, of a wound received at Gettysburg, Christopher E. Harwood, of Charles City county, aged twenty-one years.
The deceased, a young man of sterling worth, strict morality, and whose patriotism and gallantry were surpassed by none, met death with a degree of fortitude rarely exhibited. He leaves a large family and many friends to mourn his early death.