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th of August. In conversation with him, Commissioner Ould asked if he had any reply to make to theke any. So deep was the solicitude which Commissioner Ould felt in the fate of the captives in Nort the Southern Confederacy. The offer of Commissioner Ould was on the extreme of generosity. He prh the proposition referred to as made by Commissioner Ould to exchange man for man, and leave the s or extended partial system of exchange, Commissioner Ould, in August, 1864, offered to the Federalrpose of taking them away. The offer of Commissioner Ould included all the sick and wounded at Andy in August, 1864. Gen. Mulford informed Commissioner Ould it was directly communicated to his Goveaccusing blood. It was the purpose of Commissioner Ould to keep open the offer he had made, and bject, to that of Gen. Grant, offered to Commissioner Ould another opportunity to essay an effort o a special and deeply interesting topic, Commissioner Ould urged and succeeded in raising a joint C