HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE POTOMAC,
Medical Director’s Office, June 11, 1862.
Are the regiments of your command prepared with all necessary medicines, instruments, and dressings for the field? If by carefull examination you find that deficiencies exist, you will cause the surgeons to make out the necessary requisitions, and you will detail one medical officer to proceed with the whole of them to the medical purveyor at  the White House, in order that the needed supplies may be brought up with as little delay as possible.
Surg. J. F. HAMMOND, Second Corps.
Brigade Surgeon HAMILTON, Fourth Corps.
Assistant Surgeon MILHAU, Third Corps.
Dr. LYMAN, Porter’s Corps.
Dr. BROWN, Franklin’s Corps.
Dr. HASSON, Cooke’s Cavalry Corps.
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Official Records of the Rebellion: Volume Eleven, Chapter 23, Part 1: Peninsular Campaign: Reports, pp.202-203
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