sion on the boat coming to Fortress Monroe with our paroled men to be exchanged, he found out how he was cheated.
Eight others with him at the time were in the same condition.
They all were in a rage and did not rest till they had gone before Gen. Wool, who, after questioning them, became satisfied they wanted to be exchanged instead of retained in Yankeedom, and accordingly he had them furnished with parles.
When Gen Wool asked Zenovich if he wanted to go back to the rebel army and fighished with parles.
When Gen Wool asked Zenovich if he wanted to go back to the rebel army and fight again, he broke out in violent broken English, expressing his utter astonishment at such a question.
He said Virginia and the South were his home, and he would fight for them till he died.
He drew from his pocket his wife's daguerreotype, showed it to the General, told him she lived at his home in Virginia, and triumphantly asked if any one could suppose he did not want to fight for her!