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erriest man amongst them, and was active not only in comforting the wounded and cheering the hopeless, but foremost in such amusements as the prison discipline allowed. One day he received a remittance of $50 from his friends, and he spent the whole sum in the purchase of provisions for the party.--On one occasion, when the roll was called, one of the men was asleep, when the sentry rushed up and dealt him a violent blow upon the head with the butt of his musket. The main cause of Colonel Corcoran's removal South was his resentment upon all occasions of insults offered him or his companions. One Sunday a minister, whilst preaching, departed from his subject and denounced the North, which elicited repeated remarks from the Colonel, who, soon as the discourse was over, was heavily ironed, and a few days after sent South. One of the prisoners declares that a remittance of $50, sent him by his mother, was seized by those who had charge of the prison and appropriated to their own us