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Gone home.

--A large number of the paroled Confederate prisoners sent from Yankee land by the last flag of truce boat have been allowed to go home, and have been furnished by the Government with transportation, in order to them to go without detention. Many of them have suffered terribly by the persecute one of the Lincoln Government. In one case two more lads had been kept in prison for nearly a year, and sent to Richmond as subject to exchange.

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