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The Daily Dispatch: March 7, 1863., [Electronic resource], Treatment of our Surgeons by the
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Treatment of our Surgeons by the Federal--Robbery of clothing. We wore yesterday called upon by Drs. Haldeman, Donelson, and Goodlet, Surgeons of our army who were left in charge of our wounded after the battle of Murfreesboro', Tenn. In total disregard of the provisions of the cartel in favor of Surgeons, these gentle. men were taken prisoners, and treated with the grossest indignity. Everything that they possessed was taken from them by the brutal inspectors who are appointed to do the dirty work of the Lincoln Administration. They were entirely divested of their money, surgical instruments, blankets, &c. In one instance, the gloves worn by one of these Surgeons was taken from his hands. After their capture at Murfreesboro' they were taken to Nashville, thence to Louisville, and from there sent on to Cincinnati, and afterwards to Baltimore, and from the latter city to Richmond, via Fortress Monroe. Littin liberty was allowed them in any of these cities; but still the