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d Point Comfort Hotel, as they were too much debilitated to proceed further, at least for the present. Of the funds contributed by the Tenth New York regiment, at Newport News, were distributed to the soldiers who reached here — the sum of two dollars each — as follows: Shaler, McKensie, J. Malone, C. Dunn, Sergeant Donett, Wm. Hanlon, J. Butler, R. M. Pratt, W. A. Woodbury, McHenry, A. Whitehouse, Fagen, N. Brown, Feinald, Woolenwoom, Mout, Kliner, Swift, Rowe, Mclutosh, Shurtliff, Shepard, Briggs, Maine, Mould, Bolly, Silby, Lieut. Harvey Rockafellar, Lieutenant commanding. When the boat left Newport News, the Tenth gave many cheers for the sick and wounded, and for the success of the Stars and Stripes. Treatment of prisoners. All the wounded who reached here, agree in the statement that they were treated more like caged beasts than human beings, and the first salutation in the morning, as well as the sentinel's cry at night, was "Death to the — Yankees." Th<