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y was in the negative. They sent for Dr. Prentices, and informed him that certainly one, and probably more than one, secessionist had come into the hospital. Dr. Prentiss expressed surprise and insisted upon this lady's taking the oath of allegiance, which peremptorily declining to do she was required to leave the hospital. Butcheer and sympathy by those who taunt and deride and insult the loyal sick and wounded on their cots or pain in the same ward? We have had every confidence in Dr. Prentiss; he came among us with high testimonials of his scientific skill, his urbanity, and generous sympathies.* * * * * * If under the very supervision of a gentlema their country, what, in the name of God, are we to expect when the doors of such institutions are not guarded by officials of the recognized high character of Dr. Prentiss? Some way must be devised to prevent a recurrence of such scenes as we have described, and we call most urgently upon the medical directors, sanitary commissi