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p, and that they visited the principal agent of the state of New York in his prison, through the permission of Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War. They reported thus: The undersigned availed themselves of the permit granted them to visit Colonel North, M. M. Jones, and Levi Cohn. They found them in the Carroll Prison, in close confinement. They then learned that Messrs. North and Cohn had been confined together in one room, and had not been permitted to leave it for a moment during the fMessrs. North and Cohn had been confined together in one room, and had not been permitted to leave it for a moment during the four days they had been prisoners, even for the purposes of answering the calls of nature. They had been supplied with meager and coarse prison-rations, to be eaten in their room, where they constantly breathed the foul atmosphere arising from the standing odor. They had no vessel out of which to drink water, except the one furnished them for the purpose of urination. They had but one chair, and had slept three of the nights of their confinement upon a sack of straw upon the floor. They had
arket, Battle of, 444-45. New Orleans, La. Harbor defense, 177-79, 180-82, 183, 186, 187. Evacuation, 182, 188-89. Occupation, by Butler, 195. New York. Subversion of state government, 402-15. Suspension of writ of habeas corpus, 409-11. Nichols, Maj., George Ward. Description of Federal looting, 537-38. Noland, Major B. P., 571. Norfolk, Evacuation, 74-75. Norfolk Navy Yard, 169-70. Attempted destruction, 164. Removal of machinery, etc., 170. Norris, William, 171. North, Colonel, 414-15. North, The. Lack of comprehension of impending war. 4. North Carolina. Reconstruction, 623-25. North Carolina (frigate), 171. Northrop, Colonel, 571. O Odium, Capt. F. H., 199, 200, 201. Report on battle of Sabine Pass, 199. O'Hare, Peter, 201. Old Capitol prison, 418. O'Loughlin, Michael, 417. Oneida (gunboat), 186. Ord, General, 327, 328, 330, 555, 618, 635-36, 637. Oreto (ship), 217-18. Orr, —, 626. Osterhaus, General, 39. Ould, Robert C., 500