ed from that city to Andersonville, Thank God that Richmond is at last rid of old Winder; God have mercy upon ain to report to General Terry, then in command in Richmond.
He informed me that I was wanted, and had long biling at Andersonville, instructed him to go down James river at once with his flag-of-truce boat, see General not one scintilla of proof that the Government at Richmond ordered, approved or in any way countenanced theironduct towards the Federal prisoners; for those in Richmond, where he was almost daily in official communicati of his claims in behalf of the prisoners while in Richmond, controversies would arise between him and the Comentire except the introductory paragraphs:
Richmond, Va., October 5th, 1875.
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I will nmplicity in the murder of Federal prisoners.
When Richmond was evacuated in April, 1865, this letter was founonfederate States of America, war Department, Richmond, Virginia, March 21, 1863.
My Dear Sir — If the exig