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The Daily Dispatch: July 29, 1862., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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imates the South, who feel that they are struggling, as they believe, for their very existence. What Happened to Charles Denny. Charles Denny, a member of the Sickles brigade, who was paroled at Richmond, has arrived at New York, and gives Charles Denny, a member of the Sickles brigade, who was paroled at Richmond, has arrived at New York, and gives a very highly-colored "experience:" As he approached Richmond, the prisoner witnessed many of the rebel fortifications. He compared them in appearance to the rebel fortifications at Yorktown — works erected on high eminences, mounted with numel Burns, of company A, of the same regiment, were his fellow-prisoners. Colonel Brewster was taken to private quarters. Denny remained three days in confinement, and was summoned by an order from Lieut. Thomas P. Turner, C. S. Army, commander of t prisoner, who was in charge of the post hospital for prisoners. While here the rebel commander administered a parole to Denny in those words: "Charles P. Denny, you are now paroled, not to take up arms against the Confederate States, nor perform