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s were kindly treated. Northern accounts of the recent tactics of Shiloh have been received here from both Nashville and St. Louis. The Federal there in acknowledge a total defeat on Sunday, and a drawn battle on Monday, with a loss of twenty thousand to them and thirty thousand to us. They confess also to a demoralization of the Federal army, and that a long time may possibly elapse before another fight can take peace. Our Federal prisoners when here made similar statements, and Prentiss himself said that had he attack been followed up on Sunday night, we might have captured the entire force. Nature, however, conspired against such a movement, and and we were obliged to forego the evident advantages which would have accrued from the demonstration. There prisoners were all in the best of spirits, shouting and yelling with perfect delight, as if they revelled in the idea of exchanging their Northern servitude for a Southern prison. Many of them were from Indiana and Illino
Mobile --What They Say--The Tribunes chronicles the arrival of a second batch of Federal prisoners in Mobile, and says: These troops are composed of Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Wisconsin, Ohio and Indiana regiments. Among them was Brig-Gen. Prentiss and 158 commissioned officers. There were several prisoners who had lived in this city.--Some of the officers with whom we were speaking, and who had fought at Manassas, report the battle of Shiloh as a greater and more bloody fight than t prisoners are of the same character as those who preceded them. Some of the officers are sullen and angry, and cannot conceal it. Others are gentlemen in their manners, and have discretion enough to express no opinions which are offensive. Gen. Prentiss belongs to the former class. He seems to be impressed with the belief that he is in durance only temporarily among those who he will soon be able to lord it over. Some of the expressions which he has made show not only that he is a rude and