From the Richmond Whig, 6/2/1864, p. 2, c. 6
A GRIEVANCE ABATED. - Since the reoccupation of the tobacco factories on Main and Franklin streets near Church Hill, as hospitals for Yankee wounded, the sentinels posted around them have renewed the former unwarrantable practice of requiring citizens, including ladies, to leave the paved sidewalks and walk on the curbing, or in the gutter, whilst passing the hospitals. We are pleased to have it in our power to state that the attention of Major Turner, Commandant at the Libby, was called to this grievance yesterday, and that he has given such instructions as will prevent its recurrence. The practice of the guard complained of was in violation of positive orders heretofore issued by this efficient officer, who has supervisory charge of the prison hospitals.