ne Sunday a minister, whilst preaching, departed from his subject and denounced the North, which elicited repeated remarks from the Colonel, who, soon as the discourse was over, was heavily ironed, and a few days after sent South.
One of the prisoners declares that a remittance of $50, sent him by his mother, was seized by those who had charge of the prison and appropriated to their own use.
Affairs in Richmond.
Of the officers who came up in the Louisiana were Surgeons Swalm and Thomaston, and Lieutenant Harry Rockafellar, of the Seventy-First regiment.
The latter was in the thickest of the fight at Manassas; had his left arm carried away by a cannon ball, and his mouth and left jaw fractured by a musket shot.
The Surgeons were released on the ground that they were non- combatants, and could have left Richmond more than a month ago but for the fact that they were determined to remain with the wounded until the Secretary of War granted them an unconditional discharge.