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and Christian disposition to render aid and comfort to the afflicted.) attended to such of our wounded as were at the general hospital; and our officers and men who were there, and who represent all classes of religion, are unanimous in their praise of the care and attention bestowed in dressing and cleaning the wounded, and many attribute their recovery to their untiring exertions. In another letter, Col. Corcoran writes as follows: The prisoners here who left Richmond on the 13th ult., consist of thirty-four officers and 120 non-commissioned officers and privates; among the former are three Colonels, a Lieutenant-Colonel and a Major. This place is already well known, therefore needs no description. The casemates are occupied as quarters. As no visitors are allowed here, we are not so subjected to the idle and offensive curiosity of spectators, as was the case at Richmond, where crowds were permitted to assemble in front of our prison to stare at us all day whenev