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major in the regular artillery, and General Lee was colonel of the Twentieth Massachusetts. Brevet Brigadier-General G. W. Neff Brevet Brigadier-General P. J. Revere Brigadier-General I. Vogdes Colonel W. E. Woodruff Brevet Brigadier-General W. R. Lee Colonel A. M. Wood the unreasoning censure of public opinion, and at the same time keep their prisoners. Prisoners in the North got more to eat than in the South, after 1862, at least, yet they often got less than the amount led on the field and 25,976 died while in captivity. A letter under date of March 9, 1911, says that he has no further information justifying a change in these figures. Of course, this large number of Confederates captured includes the armies of Lee, Johnston, Taylor, and Kirby Smith surrendered during the months of April and May, 1865. This report is probably as nearly correct as can be made, owing to the partial destruction of records, though it differs very widely from two other reports