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would be hanged, and otherwise cowardly browbeat them. Hoping soon to see all my friends in New York, I remain, yours truly, John W. Dempsey, Lieut. Co. H, 2d regt., N. Y. S. M. The Union prisoners at Richmond. The following is an extract from a letter from Captain Bowman, of the 15th Massachsetts regiment, under date of Richmond, November 27, received in Boston: We are all, seven of us, confined in one cell, size eleven by seventeen feet. Our messs is made up of Cols. Coggswell and Wood, of New York; Col. Lee and Major Revere, of the Massachusetts 20th; Captain Re or Philadelphia; and Captain Lockwood and myself of the 18th Massachusetts regiment, we were house, where we had been confined since the battle at Leesburg, a fortnight ago. Standing as we do — for the privateers in New York — we are treated the same as persons charged with the crime. What will be the result of all this I do not know. I trust that all will be well. If we are marked to die, we a