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No more than was to be expected.

--A letter written from the Confederate Camp at Manassas, says: ‘ "We have several surgeons who are prisoners, but they refuse to do anything whatever for their wounded comrades. They have thus imposed upon us the duty not only of administering relief to the living, but of performing the offices of humanity for the dead." ’

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