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side now take the oath of allegiance to Jeff. Davis's Government, merely for the sake of being sent to the fortifications of Richmond, where their condition is immeasurably improved. Mr. Bulkley, Herald correspondent, was transferred to Belle Island about two weeks ago. On one occasion our boys hid away their greenbacks. The fact was discovered by the officers of the prison, and they adopted a subterfuge to get them, after vainly endeavoring to discover them by a search. They sent ew days' confinement they become invalids. In the intervals between the flag of truce boats, which are only a few days, from two to three hundred sick accumulate at Aiken's Landing from the Richmond prisons. Not one-third of our prisoners at Belle Island have tents or shelter of any kind, though the nights are very cold, and a heavy fog settles on the river, continuing until ten o'clock in the morning. Our prisoners suffer more than they would otherwise on account of the tyranny of a man