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Wounded prisoners.

--Col. Wilcox, of the Michigan Regiment; Capt. Ricketts, of the famous Sherman's Battery; a number of Ellsworth's Zouaves; men of Maine and Massachusetts Regiments, and other Abolition soldiers, (to the number of three hundred,) are receiving medical treatment at the General Hospital, north corner of 2d street. All of them express their gratification at the manner and mode of their treatment by their ‘"rebel"’ nurses and attendants.

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