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giment, to his brother in Augusta, Ga., coincides in sentiment with statements made by other prisoners: New Alms Hospital, Richmond, Va., July 30, 1861 Dear Pat --I wrote you a few lines last week, which a gentleman either posted or took on with him, as he resided near Augusta. I know you were surprised to hear that Ias afraid of mortification; but I think I am now safe, and that, with God's help, I am now safe, and that, with God's help, I will have the use of my leg. Dear Pat, you could not believe the way our soldiers were treated by Scott. There were eight regiments on the field whose time was up, but could not get home. But, worse tould send a letter to my wife; poor creature. Probably she thinks me dead. She lives at 212 West 26th street. Direct, care of Thos. Kiernan. Tell her I hope to be with her soon; also, that I am well treated — get meat three times a day, and splendid soup at dinner time. I remain, dear Pat, Your affectionate brother, B. R.