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When he was carried to Richmond he was taken before the Military Governor, General Winder. The General asked him what regiment he belonged to, assailed him bitterlyr soil.--Father Hagan simply replied that he was a noncombatant, and he thought Winder took an unmanly advantage of his condition as a prisoner to assail him. He was d and meat, and was kept until next day. Sober second thought prompted General Winder to send for Father Hagan, and apologize to him for his rude treatment on thnt, he was entitled to a little more leniency than other prisoners, went to General Winder's quarters and made the request that he might be allowed to retain his horse. Winder replied, "D — you and your horse; you damned ministers come down here to raise hell. I would give a common soldier more privileges than you." Winder finalWinder finally modified his tone and granted the request of the reverend gentleman prisoner. Father Hagan was permitted to enjoy the hospitalities of Bishop Magill, Roman Ca