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Treatment and exchange of prisoners. Official report of the history Committee of the Grand Camp, C. V., Department of Virginia. By Hon. Geo. L. Christian, Chairman. Read at Wytheville, Va., October 23rd, 1902. The previous reports of the History Committee have been published in the Papers. They should be separately presented together in a special publication, as a logical defence of the South, in motive and that which ensued. The actuating principle is made clear and fully justified in morality by luminous presentation, which is impregnably honorable to the action of the Southern States and their people and soldiers throughout a momentous and necessitous struggle. A parallel in history, if ever approached in exemplification, cannot in all time, be more convincingly supported by facts in which the Southern people of both sexes offered and sacrificed in the cause of right and humanity. To the Grand Camp of Confederate veterans of Virginia: Your History Committee ag