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fter his arrival in that city: Mr. Ely responded in a conversational tone. He remarked that between himself and Col. Corcoran the strongest bonds of friendship existed. No one could doubt for a moment the Colonel's bravery or the selfsacrificvinced by him in his present trying condition. He regretted to say that he (Mr. Ely) was the first man who drew for Colonel Corcoran as a hostage for Smith; and he ventured to say that if there was any hanging to be done the Colonel would be the fir) My prison hours have been relieved of much of their redium by the society of brave soldiers from New York. (Applause) Corcoran, who led the intrepid 69th to noble deeds at Manassas, went with me to Richmond, and there remained, for two months or mon. (Cheers) Wood, of your sister city of Brooklyn, was my companion, until dragged to a fellon's cell, to be held like Corcoran, subject to the treatment awarded the rebel pirates. To the patient and herofo endurance of these distinguished off