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Doc. 155.-atrocities at Bull Run, Va. The Joint Committee on the Conduct of the Present War made the following report in the United States Senate, on the thirtieth of April: On the first day of April the Senate of the United States. adopted the following resolution, which was referred to the Committee on the Conduct o
f this foul murder was subsequently promoted by the rebel government.
Dr. J. M. Homiston, surgeon of the Fourteenth New-York or Brooklyn regiment, captured at Bull Run, testifies that when he solicited permission to remain on the field and to attend to wounded men, some of whom were in a helpless and painful condition, and suff o drink a brandy-punch out of it the day he was married.
Frederick Scholes, of the city of Brooklyn, N. Y., testified that he proceeded to the battle-field of Bull Run, on the fourth of this month, (April,) to find the place where he supposed his brother's body was buried.
Mr. Scholes, who is a man of unquestioned character, b