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Rebel prisoners in Ohio.--The following account of the treatment of rebel prisoners in the Ohio Penitentiary was given in the Richmond Examiner of March seventeenth, 1864: The experiences of this war have afforded many examples of Yankee cruelty which have produced an impression more or less distinct upon the enlightened portions of the world. But the statement which we proceed to give, takes precedence of all that has ever yet been narrated of the atrocities of the enemy; and it is so r
Morgan, who arrived in Richmond under the recent flag of truce, which covered the return of several hundred of our prisoners.
Captain Morgan was among those of his brother's expedition who, i;n last July, were incarcerated in the Penitentiary of Ohio.
On entering this infamous abode, Captain t Morgan and his companions were strapped in a reception-room and their naked bodies: examined there.
They were again stripped in the interior of the prison, and washed in tubs bynegro convicts; their ha