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The Daily Dispatch: April 15, 1862., [Electronic resource] 12 0 Browse Search
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The prisoners taken at Fort Donelson.--how they are Treated. --Lieutenant Wilson, of Graves's battery, captured at Fort Donelson, reached Corinth on the 29th ultima, having effected his escape rruptedly through Indianapolis, Terre Haute, Evansville, and Henderson, to the Tennessee line Lieut Wilson made his exit from the military prison by a novel mode, which it would be impolitic to state, Fort Warren,--The remaining commissioned officers being at Camp Chass, Columbus, Ohio. Lieut. Wilson represents a unanimity of feeling in the North with reference to the rebellion, which they end; there are, however, many sympathizers with us in Southern Lodians, some of whom afforded Lieut. Wilson facilities for reaching Kentucky. While at Indianapolis, a number of negroes belonging to Lns, some of whom afforded Lieut. Wilson facilities for reaching Kentucky. While at Indianapolis, a number of negroes belonging to Lieut. Wilson and others, were taken from them and set at liberty.
Twenty-five men of Col. Clayton's Alabama regiment, sent home to their families $1,000 bounty money, rather then spend it foolishly. James R. Wilson, convicted of the murder of Terry, in Atlanta, Ga., has been sentenced to be hanged on the 6th of June. Last Saturday was the first anniversary of the bombardment of Fort Sumter.