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Deserved Testimonial. --Some of the friends of Col. J. Lucius Davis, of the 1st Cavalry regiment, Wise Legion, have presented that officer with a fine charger, as a token of their esteem and regard.
ch that they have been provided with beds. These were brought from the Confederate hospitals, and have been used for the Bull Run wounded and sick, and were reeking with filth and sickening stench. Colonels Wilcox and Corcoran are enjoying as good health as their accommodations will admit of. They desire that it shall be known in the North that they have been very kindly treated by Captain Shiver, of Columbia, S. C., and his officers, Captain Casking. Captain Wells, Captain Poag, and Col. Davis. The other rebel officers have exercised the greatest brutality to our suffering patriots. Lieut. Emax, from Bellville, Md., is the most wicked and dastardly in his conduct toward the prisoners, bucking and gagging them for the most trivial offences. Such a fiend and brute is he that his Southern admirers call him "Bowie-knife." If he ever falls into our hands he should be made to take the oath of allegiance! Richmond in overflowing with the rebel wounded. Sheds and railroad d