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2. Army regulations: adopted for the use of the army of the Confederate States, in accordance with late acts of Congress : revised from the army regulations of the old United States army, 1857, retaining all that is essential for officers of the line : to which is added, An act for the establishment and organization of the army of the Confederate States of America : also, Articles of war, for the government of the army of the Confederate States of America

7. Army regulations: adopted for the use of the army of the Confederate States, in accordance with late acts of Congress : revised from the army regulations of the old United States army, 1857, retaining all that is essential for officers of the line : to which is added, An act for the establishment and organization of the army of the Confederate States of America : also, Articles of war, for the government of the army of the Confederate States of America

8. Prospectus. Confederate States Medical and Surgical Journal. Second year: Thanks to the influence and support of the surgeon general and medical department of the Army ... that the Confederate States Medical and Surgical Journal has, in one year, reached a circulation hitherto unattained by any scientific publication in the South, and in spite of many patronage of the Southern medical profession. ... Address. Ayres & Wade, publishers, Richmond

11. Circular

22. The following regulations are adopted in place of Medical Regulations, paragraphs 2 to 6, inclusive, and General Regulations, paragraphs 1151 to 1155, inclusive, and will be obeyed accordingly

23. In order to provide more systematically and effectually for the necessities of the wounded, during and subsequent to engagements with the enemy, the following instructions are published for the guidance of all concerned

25. Sir, You are instructed to inform the Medical Officers within your district, who examine recruits, that they should not be rejected for trivial defects, but all passed who are capable of bearing arms

26. In conformity with paragraph II, General Orders, no. 53, War Department, Adjutant and Inspector General's Office, July 31, 1862, Medical Directors, Chief Surgeons of Division, and Senior Surgeons of Brigade are not to be considered a part of the personal staff of their Commanding Generals

34. The indifference with regard to records of gunshot injuries, and surgical operations thereby originated, heretofore manifested by Medical Officers, necessitates their being instructed to keep accurate and reliable records of all such cases, and, in view of its importance, to give the subject every attention