City Point, and have brought with me all my officers who have been held by the Confederates, and whom I send to City Point to-night.
I have made the following declarations of exchanges:
（1) All officers and enlisted men, and all persons, whatever may have been their classification or!
character, who have been delivered at City Point up to the 6th of May, 1863.
（2) All officers who have been captured and released on parole up to April 1st, 1863, wherever they may have been captured.
Id., p. 559. See also p. 564.
It seems that the Confederate Congress had refused to sustain Mr. Davis, in his suggested retaliatory measures about the treatment of officers to the extent he had recommended, and so exchanges went on with the result as just above reported, up to May 6th, 863, and with but few, if any, complaints against the Confederates of ill treatment to prisoners to that time.
But how does the case stand, in this respect, at this time, with the Federals?
We have only space