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on and the Government. (Cheers.) Even in my imprisonment I have been constantly reminded of its noble contributions to the army, marshaled in defence of the old flag. (Loud applause.) My prison hours have been relieved of much of their redium by the society of brave soldiers from New York. (Applause) Corcoran, who led the intrepid 69th to noble deeds at Manassas, went with me to Richmond, and there remained, for two months or more, until placed in close confluement at Charleston. (Cheers) Wood, of your sister city of Brooklyn, was my companion, until dragged to a fellon's cell, to be held like Corcoran, subject to the treatment awarded the rebel pirates. To the patient and herofo endurance of these distinguished officers, and that of all the captains from the Empire State, as well as those from other parts of the Union, I bear cheerful testimony. [Cheers.] We have a right to glory in the conduct of these gallantmen. On the field and in the dungeon they have never falled, to