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nkee prisoners at Richmond — their treatment. The New York World has the following editorial on the subject of the treatment of the prisoners who are now held in Richmond. The fifty Union surgeons we think are myths: The statement of Mr. C. C. Fulton, proprietor of the Baltimore American, which we publish this morning, respecting the treatment of our prisoners at Richmond will be a sensible relief to their friends at the North. It seems that the country has been imposed upon respecting es not wish an exchange of prisoners, and that it has so conducted matters as to convey to the country the impression that the rebels were ill treating their prisoners whereas the parties really to blame have been themselves. The statements of Mr. Fulton, who is an ardent supporter of the Administration, are of a character which should command the prompt attention of Congress. If anything is to be done for our prisoners, it must be in spite of the efforts of the Administration to compel them t