d they were received and entertained on their arrival here by Capt. Jeffress with the best the prison afforded, for which they expressed thanks.
They complained of harsh treatment at Madison, Ga., and on arriving in Lincoln's domains will no doubt have wonderful stories to tell of their sufferings.
They all seemed glad of the opportunity to bid the rebels adieu.
Included in the number that left yesterday were the following officers, mostly taken at Shiloh and Murfreesborough, Tenn., by Gen. Forrest, viz: B. M. Prentiss, Brig. Gen., Illinois; Thos. T. Crittenden, Brig. Gen., Indiana; J. L. Geddes, Col. 8th Iowa; Wm. T. Shaw, Col. 14th do.; Wm. F. Lynch, Col. 58th Illinois; Henry C. Lester, Col. 3d Minnesota; eight Lieut. Cols.; seven Majors; sixty-eight Captains; sixty 1st Lieutenants; fifty-four 2d Lieutenants; three Adjutants, and the following officers of the U. S. steamer Sumter; Levi Crowell, Acting Master; Chas. G. Stevens, 2d Ass't Engineer; Warren Ewen, 3d do.; A. W. Miner, S