of sick and wounded prisoners.
A large number of sick and wounded prison out of the lot left behind by at his recent strategic stampede — were from Richmond
yesterday to City Point
, were waiting to carry back to abolition sell.
These defenders of the presented a aspect, ragged and uniforms, and many of going home to die. They were charge of Surgeon J. D. Calion
, C. S. A. of Federal Surgeons, who were in the to regard the sufferings of the with indifference.
The train, which numbered seventeen left the city about 10 o'clock. It is stated that after all the sick and wounded of the enemy have been paroled and spat away, a course will be pursued in regard to the Confederate
soldiers new in the hands of the Yankees
under the circumstances; though of the latter there are comparatively few. Meanwhile the preliminaries for a regular exchange of prisoners are progressing, but some weeks must elapse before the is completed.
By initiating this movement; the Lincoln Government
has virtually acknowledged that the war is something more than a