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ver drawn by the New York Herald of "Life at the Libby," conveys but a feint conception.
The rations consist of hard tack (except where it is completely excavated by worms) meat once a day, and a kind of slop in the morning which the Yankees politely style coffee.
No fire has yet been allowed in the quarters of the officers, although the weather has been quite severe.
All the private soldiers heretofore confined In the fort have been sent off to Point Lookout, on the eastern shore of Maryland--a cold, dreary, and bleak place in the winter season.
On the day that the last instalment was sent off one of them was observed by a humane surgeon to be nearly destitute of pants, and in a cold, shivering condition.--The surgeon ran off to his quarters and got a pair of his own pants, and, coming back, asked permission of the Lieutenant of the guard to present them to the destitute prisoner.
The Lieutenant's reply was, "No, sir; the clothes he has on are a d — d sight better than he des