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The Daily Dispatch: July 28, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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hence on board the steamer Louisiana, which vessels came up under a flag of truce to receive them. They were taken down the river to McClellan's army, and from thence to Fortress Monroe, on their way North. Letter from Gen. M'Call. Thomas A. Biddle, of Philadelphia, has received the following letter from Gen. McCall: Richmond, Va. Tobacco House Prison, July 9, 1862. My Dear Sir: I enclose you herewith a note from your brother Harry, the only reply I have had to two notes w, No. 3. I at once requested permission to visit him, but this was not deemed consistent with established regulations. "I trust he will soon he well enough to travel; and, perhaps, visit his family on parole. Do be pleased to express to Mrs. Biddle my sincere and deep sympathy, but, at the same time, my sincere and deep conviction that it will not be long before her husband joins her, with all his honors. "My division had a desperate fight that day. I was under fire all day, encoura