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The Daily Dispatch: October 11, 1862., [Electronic resource], The horrors of
Fort Lafayette--a Bold voice at the North. (search)
The horrors of Fort Lafayette--a Bold voice at the North. The New York Weekly Caucasian, published by the former proprietors of the Day Book and News, has not yet been suppressed by the Lincoln Government, though, from the following article, we should think its season will be brief: Few people know, or even think, of the suffering men, pining for liberty, in Fort Lafayette, and none realize how cruelly and harshly they are reported to be treated. The Express states that Messrs. Soule and Mazarean, of New Orleans, "are not even allowed to leave their cells, and the privilege accorded to other captives, of taking exercise in the yard, has been denied them. No writing utensils are in their reach, and they are under constant surveillance." Dr. Olds, of Ohio, it is said, has been placed in close confinement, and, what is most remarkable of all, the Express report also states that "every prisoner released from Fort Lafayette, and every visitor thereto, is bound not to reveal a