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The Daily Dispatch: August 9, 1864., [Electronic resource], Exchange of Confderate officers — Scene at the exchange. (search)
any of our officers actually under fire at Morris Island, it was rumored that we had determined to place these Yankees on the ramparts at Fort Sumter. This rumor came to the ears of General Seymour, one of the prisoners, who intimated to Captain H. H. Raymond, Adjutant and Inspector-General, that probably an explanation would lead to less dreadful results. Captain Raymond informed Seymour and his companions that if they desired to make a proposition to General Foster for an exchange, he thougCaptain Raymond informed Seymour and his companions that if they desired to make a proposition to General Foster for an exchange, he thought no objection would be made on our part to such a course. The result was that General Foster requested one of our staff officers to meet one of his, in order to effect a negotiation, which was effected--Major Lay acting on our part. The exchange took place on Wednesday, nearly opposite Battery Wagner, steamers having carried both parties to the spot. In leaving, the Yankee officers expressed their thanks for the kindness with which they had been treated in Charleston. The roll was called