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furnished with rations of bread and fresh meat daily, both of which are exceedingly good; and no one is in any danger of starving. For extras we will form messes and get whatever we can as long as our money holds out. The drawing setting apart certain prisoners to be dealt with in the same manner as the captured privateersmen at the North, took place on the 10th inst. Lieut. Hooper says that the prisoners are of the opinion that the privateersmen will not be hung. Letter from Wm. C. Harris. * * * My prison associates are gentlemen from nearly every State in the North and West, whose heels or heads could not prevent them from being captured at Bull Run, Ball's Bluff, etc., etc. Thrown together as we are, many are the resources we have for abstracting amusement from the monotony of prison life. As I sit now at "our mess" table, I cast a glance around, and photograph the following picture: On my right, within reaching distance, sit silently engrossed in cards, a cap