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Prison-Pens North. [from the dispatch, June 21, 1891.] Dr. Wyeth's charges sustained by the most Conclusive evidence. Horrors of Point Lookout and Elmira as witnessed and experienced by Hon. A. M. Keiley. I observe that various northern papers, in discussing Dr. Wyeth's recent Century article on the treatment of Confederate prisoners at Camp Morton, deny the truth of his statement on the ground of its appearance at so late a date since the war. I have now before me a little boo
ed from the northern prison-pens of Point Lookout and Elmira.
Perhaps some extracts from its pages may serve to render Dr. Wyeth's statements less startling and incredible to those who have hitherto heard only of the horrors of southern war prisons armies.
A full corroboration.
It will be noted that in this account is a corroboration of all that is charged by Dr. Wyeth in his mention of the treatment of Confederate prisoners at Camp Morton—i. e., the criminal neglect of the sick; their