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ree score years and ten. He still remains blind in one eye, but sees very distinctly out of the other, which is quite evident from the manner in which he has managed the rebellion. He who waits for the rebellion to cease through the demise of the rebel President, had best cease such hopes, and join the Union army as a speedier method with which to terminate the war. Visits to prisons and hospitals. During Col. Jaquess's stay in Richmond he visited the prisons — Libby and Belle Isle. He was very agreeably disappointed to find our men comfortably situated and as well cared for as was possible under the circumstances. Only the desperate cases of our wounded are retained in the hospitals at Richmond. Our brave boys were bearing up cheerfully under their sufferings, and were receiving all needful attention, and everything possible was being done for their recovery by the surgeons and attendants. This will be cheering news for the many anxious mothers and w