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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Incidents of prison life at camp Douglas—Experience of Corporal J. G. Blanchard. (search)
following morning. It happened that young Blanchard was the only prisoner in the jail at the tim, under the escort of a company of infantry, Blanchard was taken to the United States Court to give, disclaimed jurisdiction in the matter, and Blanchard was brought back to Chicago in handcuffs. Hay from their beat. At such a deserted beat Blanchard successfully scaled and cleared the fence, aould take them some distance from the fence, Blanchard and Carico lay perfectly quiet; but when aboguns of the guard were levelled at them; but Blanchard exclaiming immediately, Don't shoot, boys—mar and he was carried to the hospital, whilst Blanchard was once again taken to the White Oak. Thlad cell, three feet by six. Thus confined, Blanchard remained two days and nights, without a morsccosted by a ragged prisoner, who, mistaking Blanchard for some Federal officer, stated that he wanted to take the oath. Blanchard questioned him as to his name, command, etc., and finally asked hi[16 more...]