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[Communicated]Parele of Henor. In a supplemental report of the Secretary of War, the subject of exchange of prisoners discussed, and the correspondence between General Cobb and General Wool, in reland to the basis of a cartel, and the subsequence violiation of terms agreed upon by these officers by the "United States Government made the grounds of a recommendation such of our own citizens as are now subject parole be discharged. The Secretary of War says: It seems scarcely possible tha
bject to all of our own citizens who on parple and value their honor.
Your humble servant is one of this class, and desires be thoroughly enlightened on the subject before hear required to act. In reference the terms of exchange agreed upon by Gen Cobb and Gen. Wool, as a basts of compled by the "Confederate Government" again the "United States," we all remember skulking, cowardly course of the "Lincoln Government" in the Trent affair-- Captain Willes was lauded and sustained first, and how,