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[The Surgeon-General of the Federal Army]

The Illustrated London News, vol.41, no.1169, p.399.

October 18, 1862

The Surgeon-General of the Federal army has declined to receive homœopathic physicians as surgeons in the army.

The expenditure of the Confederate Government up to the 1st of August last is declared by the Secessionist journals to be about seventy millions sterling.

In the city of New York 6000 persons are employed in the printing trade. They use every year 5,000,000 dols. worth of paper, ink, &c., and produce 11,000,000 dols. worth of books. The capital employed is estimated at 8,500,000 dols.

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