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Belle Isle, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 4
The Yankee prisoners on Belle Isle We have a few interesting facts with reference to the Yankee prisoners on Belle Isle which show how false are the statements which teem through the Yankee press touching the treatment and the condition of these prisoners. With a view to the proper distribution of clothing and provisionBelle Isle which show how false are the statements which teem through the Yankee press touching the treatment and the condition of these prisoners. With a view to the proper distribution of clothing and provisions sent by the North to these prisoners, a board of officers--nay, two boards of Yankee officers, have been organized; one for the quartermaster's and another for the commissary's department, under whose direction the distributions are made. We were present and saw a considerable lot of clothing in the course of distribution amongpt. Turner, who has been so studiously slandered by the Yankee press, uses every means in his power for the promotion of the order and the health of the camp on Belle Isle. In this he has the co-operation of the accomplished surgeon, Dr. Wilkins, formerly of Maryland. Lieut. Bossieux, is the officer stationed on the Island, and t
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and a feeling of despondency prevailed at once among the prisoners. Trifling cases immediately assumed a serious phase, and deaths increased most remarkably. Thus it is seen in this fact how the inhuman Northern Government is persecuting its own soldiers by its deliberate and atrocious plan to starve out the metropolis of the Southern Confederacy by compelling an accumulation of Yankee prisoners here to be fed and guarded. Capt. Turner, who has been so studiously slandered by the Yankee press, uses every means in his power for the promotion of the order and the health of the camp on Belle Isle. In this he has the co-operation of the accomplished surgeon, Dr. Wilkins, formerly of Maryland. Lieut. Bossieux, is the officer stationed on the Island, and there could not be a more energetic or sagacious man intrusted with the delicate and responsible duty of preserving order and enforcing sanitary measures for the regulation of so large a number of men, now upwards of five thousand.
nd a feeling of despondency prevailed at once among the prisoners. Trifling cases immediately assumed a serious phase, and deaths increased most remarkably. Thus it is seen in this fact how the inhuman Northern Government is persecuting its own soldiers by its deliberate and atrocious plan to starve out the metropolis of the Southern Confederacy by compelling an accumulation of Yankee prisoners here to be fed and guarded. Capt. Turner, who has been so studiously slandered by the Yankee press, uses every means in his power for the promotion of the order and the health of the camp on Belle Isle. In this he has the co-operation of the accomplished surgeon, Dr. Wilkins, formerly of Maryland. Lieut. Bossieux, is the officer stationed on the Island, and there could not be a more energetic or sagacious man intrusted with the delicate and responsible duty of preserving order and enforcing sanitary measures for the regulation of so large a number of men, now upwards of five thousand.
nd a feeling of despondency prevailed at once among the prisoners. Trifling cases immediately assumed a serious phase, and deaths increased most remarkably. Thus it is seen in this fact how the inhuman Northern Government is persecuting its own soldiers by its deliberate and atrocious plan to starve out the metropolis of the Southern Confederacy by compelling an accumulation of Yankee prisoners here to be fed and guarded. Capt. Turner, who has been so studiously slandered by the Yankee press, uses every means in his power for the promotion of the order and the health of the camp on Belle Isle. In this he has the co-operation of the accomplished surgeon, Dr. Wilkins, formerly of Maryland. Lieut. Bossieux, is the officer stationed on the Island, and there could not be a more energetic or sagacious man intrusted with the delicate and responsible duty of preserving order and enforcing sanitary measures for the regulation of so large a number of men, now upwards of five thousand.
Yankee Government had broken off the exchange of prisoners, and a feeling of despondency prevailed at once among the prisoners. Trifling cases immediately assumed a serious phase, and deaths increased most remarkably. Thus it is seen in this fact how the inhuman Northern Government is persecuting its own soldiers by its deliberate and atrocious plan to starve out the metropolis of the Southern Confederacy by compelling an accumulation of Yankee prisoners here to be fed and guarded. Capt. Turner, who has been so studiously slandered by the Yankee press, uses every means in his power for the promotion of the order and the health of the camp on Belle Isle. In this he has the co-operation of the accomplished surgeon, Dr. Wilkins, formerly of Maryland. Lieut. Bossieux, is the officer stationed on the Island, and there could not be a more energetic or sagacious man intrusted with the delicate and responsible duty of preserving order and enforcing sanitary measures for the regulation
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ition of these prisoners. With a view to the proper distribution of clothing and provisions sent by the North to these prisoners, a board of officers--nay, two boards of Yankee officers, have been organized; one for the quartermaster's and another for the commissary's department, under whose direction the distributions are made. We were present and saw a considerable lot of clothing in the course of distribution among the prisoners. It was conducted entirely by the Yankee board. --Col. Sanderson, a former hotel-keeper in New York of a popular Southern house, or a house much patronized by Southerners, was chief of the proceeding, and managed it in a business-like style. It was plain that every facility that could be expected from the most liberal administration of authority over prisoners was given for a fair, a complete appropriation to these men of everything that is sent to them from their homes. Coming here to invade and desolate the homes of our people they have been captu