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Xxxvii. April, 1864 Return of Mr. Ould and Capt. Hatch from Fortress Monroe. quarrel between Mr. Memminger and Mr. Seddon. famine. a victory in Louisiana. Vice-President Stephens's speech. victory of Gen. Forrest. capture of Plymouth, N. C. Gen. Lee's bill of fare. April 1 Cloudy all day, with occasional li
cold rain all day; wind from northwest.
Mr. Ould and Capt. Hatch, agents of exchange (of prisoners), have returned from a conference with Gen. Butler, at Fortress Monroe, and it is announced that arrangements have been made for an immediate resumption of the exchange of prisoners on the old footing.
Thus has the government ab o use it — if there be a military necessity.
Who knows but that one or more members of Mr. Lincoln's cabinet, or his generals, might be purchased with gold?
Fortress Monroe would be cheap at that price!
A letter from Major-Gen. Hoke, dated Plymouth, April 25th, and asking the appointment of Lieut.-Col. Dearing to a