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doubtless interest those who lavished attentions upon Capt. Ricketts and his wife while in Richmond, to know what that warrtee: One of the most important witnesses was General James B. Ricketts, well known in Washington and throughout the counto how the prisoners were treated is fully confirmed by Gen. Ricketts. He himself, while in prison, subsisted mainly upon whd his gun on the widow-sill while he capped it." General Ricketts, in reference to his having been said as one of the hars, as a part of the history of this rebellion, that General Ricketts was visited by his wife, who, having first heard thathe looked?--if she washed?-how she got there? Finally, Mrs. Ricketts appealed to the officer in charge, and told him that itond I spoke to several gentlemen about this, and so did Mrs. Ricketts. They said, of course, the carriage and horses should ded and maltreated, and lost a leg, is referred to by General Ricketts; but the testimony of Francis himself is startling.--