Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Washington” in chapter 21, section c.21.206, page 338 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18.:
... cold, and the men, especially the thousands who were lying on the ground in open tents, began to suffer severely, being mostly quite destitute of necessary clothing.
At length an order came from Washington that a list of prisoners should be made out for exchange, consisting of those only who, by reason of age, sickness, or wounds, would be unfit for service for sixty days.
Some fifteen hundred were...
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