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aced in uncomfortable quarters, as it was reported that he and his officers would be sent to Johnston's Island, which he was told was a cold, bleak place, and that the prisoners were treated roughly. We told him such was not the case, but that he would, no doubt, be closely confined and closely watched; but that he would be treated according to his rank and the usage and custom of war. After about ten minutes conversation he was remanded back to his quarters, and as left he said to General Manson, who was standing by, "General, I wish you would intercede and get a drink of whiskey for me, as I am terribly dry." As he left, he courteously bowed, and, cigar in mouth, accompanied by his keeper, disappeared, much to the chagrin of the gaping crowd who were gathered outside the open windows of the reception room in the city prison. At 9 o'clock this morning three companies of the 111th Ohio volunteer infantry, under command of their Lieut. Colonel, formed in hollow square in fron