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PUBLISHED uV'AN ASSOCIATION OF rillN'TEBS. OFFICE ONf PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AXI) DlsAi)F.nirK .STnEETS. .
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tun to all diaaaaa ,of this n itur. Many maaaol
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SUNDATMORSIXO; AUO: 10, 18G2
Interesting, from Richmond and
" " 1 KalisDury.
Statement, by Surgeon JJin. Jc (iww- Alt
ptrient y Twelvt Month? - Cuptivify
. llota Union I'risfmtrtare lrea1xt--II-nrt
leu Conduct of -itthd Women Thtir la
human Treatment of the Sirk cmd Demi'
Lanje Aumltr of JieM Vmj'i tn llirh
mmlLetter from Col. .Corev'an.
C'UtrPV'h' .Sow Voik Trihjo"- ..Yr. i
- Br the ktriral of Sureuon John Mc
Gregorof tbe Third Connecticut Volun
teer, lu thm cily'from bklisbiirjr, N. C,
who b8 bernanconditionallj tliachargud.
we Are enabled to lay before our rckder
tome interratinir intelligmce relatire to
the progress oi event At various places
in the Soul It, including Richmond, which
latter eity the Surgeon has also lately
been in. Dr. MctJregor wa takon pris
oner at tha hattle of Iitill Hun, and liae,
ever tinr-e that memorable day, been A
clone captive among the rebels both At
Kicbmouu and bahkbury, rtorth Carolina
lie arrived in this city, direct from Salis
bury, ou Friday last. , Ou ih day of the
battle of Bull Kuo, Dr. MuGroor retnaiua
ed with hi men during the hoaricat fire,
and did all in hi power to alleviate their
Buffering and cive them oor-ourazoment
onder tbe croro ordeal of conllict whidi
they wera obliged to meet, and which l be
Lonnrdicut troops met upm that occa
kion, to their honor may it be aaid, with
out UiiK-hing, until the diaitroti rctrrat
wascumtueuced. . lr. AlcUreor reaiain
ed on the battleliold even day al'ler tho
tight, engaged in ttendinic to the workl
ol (I'jo itvounded. From thenre he wa
taken to Kichiuoud, together with other
Lnion prisoner, amontr w hom wa Col
Corcoran. These prisoner were detain
ed in Idchmohd until tho 10th of Septem
ber, when they were lent down to Charles
ton. The main point of interest occur
ring in these vicinities durinij; this period
have been detailed at JeuK'h by parties
who returned North since, nd it will
here be unnecessary to go over theui
Having remained live days iu Charleston
Prison, they were removed to Castle
I'inckuey, where they remained until the
lauding of the fleet at Port Itoyah Tho
prisoners wero then sent back to the
Charleston ja I, where they were detained
until the 1st oT January. It was iu this
jail that they were coullued duriur the
great contlagration which took place in
Chark-kton. Lrciy houne null toiy thing
in the Deighborhood of the Jail wens on
urc, sua tun yra was iuud wiiu t-uni-ing
brand, and all imaginable ntl.liisli,
coming from the burning building
While the (ire was rapine: in full lurv,
the prisoner, instead of being given a
cuauc lo save themselves from burning
up, were, connneu lik rpare cells. The
lire burned everythlne around iho i:iil
and it was a miraole how that builUirW
,.i. . . . .
rsettricu wituuui snaring ins same lute.
It was about this period that Dr. Oris
wold, one of tho L'niou Assistant-Surgeons,
died. After hik dekth the officer
in charge called upon lien, liipley, la or
drr to ascertain nliat disposition he
should make of the body. He received
the following reply ; Di y UU and
bury him hke a danmed lfiK." ,An4 this
ts- thiT kind f teeiing' whlt li exists all
over the iSouth lu regard to such matters.
Trulf we ate flclitiug as a set of semi
SkTkgcl.lliktead of uioo whom some claim
to be our brotherk. During Itieir star in
t'hai lritou, Dr. McGre.or state thai the
treatment of tbo Union prisioneri was
most ssvsge. They never received tho
lcsat particle of uectasary appan-1, and
had to live upon rations consisting of
bacon kud bread, a he bacon was ot the
worst description, being alive wllu c:;
cots, and the bread sour as A lemou.
On the lt of January the party left
Charleston lr Columbia. The Union force
were then at $touo, and being iunekned
at 1 nit l-.oyal, ko tint in th routs to Lul
umhit they could hear the cannonading
quite plainly, : X'revions to lesvinjCbar- :
leston, however, the greatest panic pro-
vailed in thai city and it wa expected! ht
tho Union trorips would ocenpy trie place
in short time. la the opinion of nmny :
in would reqture but fire thcc.-nnd meu
toda tli i at. .. .
Upon arriving at Culuiihla the pilson-
er4 wero at once rocDned In a close' jail.'
Their fare at this place, is claimed to
bave been better than on any former oc
casion. Captain i'.h'.Tc?, tut liebcl otllcer
in charge, did all in his power to make
them comfortaljei but the wtmen of Col
umbia, vt ho u they bear ef the klndnesa
being khown "the xtokres, ruaue quite
an outcry about it, and it wa mopped,
and Captaiu Shiver was Arrested. Sub
sequen'ly, however, on investigation into
tho circumstance., that officer was rein
stated in hi position, lhirteenof the
Uuion prisoners eseajred while at Col
umbia. A portion of them wer gone
over six weeks, having reached within a
few miles of the Union line, out were ail
subsequently recaptured. During their
confinement in this place tbe ofllwrs and
tneu occupied their time in making rugs
and other articles. A large amount of
these were sold by the men. . Doses of
clothing from the United .Stales fjovern
mofH were receive!, at this place, not
particle of anything being luinished by
the Confederate Government. ' "
A few clays before they left Columbia,
which was on ttie 20l h of February, Col.
Corcoran and tho other hostages, were, re
leased. . They were noiiuod by Colouel
1'i-eston that arrange iuciiIb had been made
for an exebango of prisouers; rtd on the
2Cth of February startnd on their juurqey.
.North., Uwing to tuo insuthcieucy of
transportation, the personers wero di
vided into threo detachmrnts. Colonel
Wilcox took charge (if one, Colonel Ctir-
coran jof another, and Colonel WoodrulT
of tho third. They were obliged lo givo
parole not to attempt to escape, al-
thongh a detachment of soldios was
sent witli them. The penalty of such an
attempt wassel down In writing to be an
ignominious death. . On atrivine in
Kalvigli they missed the cars, and wero
detained 'there some sis hours, at which
point they met the Iionnoko prisoners,
who had wen exchanged by our Gov
ernment. These men had also been de
tained at Balcigh. The lalter expressed
themselves quitepleased at the ttettOnent
wbiel; they received Rt tits North, the of-
Grx-r showing their kido am as a proof
that everything had been returned to
them. These rebels expressed it its their
opinion tlat'wbtn the' started from the
.North ttn-r- understood it was for the
purpoee of i being eichanged for those
tlu-y met at ltaleigli. ,
On starting , once more, the party ar
rived at Petersburg about sunrise next
morning.' They were here also detained,
on account of the car being tkken pos
session of by the Wiso Legion. Consid
erable excitement existed in the city at
the time, pnd several persons were ar
rested for treason for simply walking
with Col. Corcoran in tho streets. Thi
fact, as well as that of the unjust sus
picions anuoouced in regard Id Colonel
Corcoran giving information to his Gov
ernment at tho time, hits been g'ven pub
licity to. The party were then permit led
to proceed on their way, arriving in
Richmond, for the second time, on Uu
23lh of February, wh.-n they were
marched to a tobacco factory And put in
close con(Ineinit. And now comes thn
mobt bitter part of tho recital. Although
ins newspapers have, of late been tecin-
sng wirh accounts of thu suffering of our'
brave Union prisoners in Richmond ami
oi her places, yet. a stAtem-nt comiug from
a geutleman of such known intelligent-
aud standing as Dr. McGregor, must uot
be heedlessly passed over.
' The prison where the Union soldiers
were confined was, shortly before their
taking possession of it, used ax a hospit
kl, and no bed were procured for them,
only bid ticks v, hieh had been used lor A
length Of time by fever patients st ltd
wounded soldiers. - They remained in
this building until a tew days after tits
attack of the Merrimaa upon our Heat,
when they were removed to Libby's
buildings, on Carey street. The offi
cers, numbering about seventy, were
placed in one room, eighty by one hun
dred and forty in size, and uot nllowed
to leave it on any account whatever.
Thejr guArd commenced amusing them
selves by building a largo Uro in the
room, saying they would "smoke out tho
damned -Yankees;" an operation they
were nearly siici-Ftafiif J rt performing.
Complaint being made to the rebel of!l
rent, they only laughed al the idea as a
Rood joke. A ciiisen prisoner leaped
from the third-story window to- tin1
ground, every part of his system being
broken by the dreadful coneosstoii. This
unfortunate man was allowed t.) remain
In this condition for hgurs before. ' the
rebel soldiers would allow assistance tn
reneh him. : Two days after, ho breathed
his lnt in the most intense agony. An
other incident of brutality was exhibited
on the finding of the body of a drowned
run la the canal. ' A rope was attached,
i.nd hanging above the water it was al
lowed to remain in that conditiou for
weeks, presenting moat h'.rtiMe spec
tacle to the eyes tf all passers by.. Tho
probability is that it was Union man
on whom tl rebels vented their spleen
In this demoniac manner.
While in Richmond at that time re-en -fnrcements
for Yorktown passed through
that city in largo numbers. '1 ho khipi for
obstructing James liver were laden with
in siht of the prisoners, and tho whole
block adjoining the Jail was taken down.
Night and (lay troops pasted tlirotlh Iho
city. After tlis battle of Williamsburg
the rebel wounded rouM b plainly seen
passing by, and ble-lodied mt n by
thousands were seen In harks hastening
past, as if the exertions which wero
made during the day were too much fur
them. Tlirso hacks were slao put Into
service io cider to carry soldiers from
York depot to various points. After the
robtl wiuy moteu from Williamsburg
nearer to Richmond, the street and every
patt of thu city were crowded with "1
dterk, who bivouacked there during the
nihf. At tUis time ruiy litres of all
description were passing back throogh
the the city,- Heavy sieg guns, with
numbers ef engines and cam from the
York 'River Railrond, were drawn
through the street. Ariiiy wsgons, filled
With Ammunition unit all other appur
tenances oT grim warfare, werrt hurried
through as fast air possible. ' The pas
sing and reVasiinir of troops was con
stant, and every eostuina and every spe
cies of arinl might be seen in the ranks.
Consternation was pictured in every fea
ture when the nws earneof tli krrny re
treating. Tli terrible cannonading shook
the very fonadaiioq of Iho city, and it
waglhe general blief among all that the
city would be in the hands of llio Union
ists before long.1 .
r-elieving this fact of the Union til-
nmph, the prisoners Were immediately
hurried off to Salisbury, N. C. They
wor three day and two niahts on the
Journey!. On the way they met severs!
trama loaded with' troops, most of them
carried no arms but Pikes.!; At Raleieh.
Wer larue ramps of instruction. Arriv
ing At Salisbury, they were placed in A
garrison which, contained soma sixteen
thousand prisoners. Ibis garrison was
formerly a cotton manufacturing estab
lishment, consisting of a large mill, four
log cabin and six locUiouscs. Several
prisoner; were there fronx Tuscaloosa.
Thn quarters reserved : for tha officers
commanded an excellent -view of iho
(own. - - i . . - -.
The condition of the hospital at this
locality is described as heartrendihir In
the extreme lo think upon -tf'P majority
of the sick ' having to lie on the fltmr,
without anything under them. The prin
cipal diseases were typhoid foyer, scurvy
and diarrhoea: There was no medi
cine or food of any consequence, and the
Ixior fellows hud to endure 'their agonies
rt silence, without ny remedy whatever.
The first of our soldiers who died at this
station was interred in the Lutheran
burying ground, but tho 'women of Sa
lisbury canio forward and interfered in
ibis also, bs at Colnmbis, and the body
was removed to a lanyard where all sub
sequent interments were made. ' '
With recard lo tho names of those who
died, Dr. McGregor was unable to furnish
a list. Now, when one looks at the tef
l ihle depravity of the women of the South
in this connection, it ruusi appear actual
ly horrifying. . But it will not do to harp
on the subject at length, ns the mere fact
is impressive enough, without clothing it
in any flourishing language. A fund was
not up, among the Union olllcers for hos
pital purposes ; but so exhorSitant was
the price demanded for medicines it was
impossible to purchase them one ounce
of castor oil costing one dollar, Slid half
a dtachm of quinine the same price.
The officers' room also commanded t
good view of the railroad, and there passed
(luring a fortnight' over one thousand
troops per day to Richmond. It was
understood that there wero nine thousand
troops at Charlottesville wailing trans
portation. One circumstance which Dr. McGregor
desires to allude to particularly, is the
d.-al ti of Captain Tilltnghast of the regu
lar army, who aided as aid to General
McDowell, and who died the third day
after the battle of Bull Run, from s bul
let wound in the abdomen. .Shortly
before his death, he was visited by the
rebel General Evans, who recognized in
him an old classmate. Evans took the
Captain's wedding-ring from his finger,
together with oilier valuables which he
had on his poison. .Taking the bluuso of
the gallant soldier, and holJiug it before
his eyes, which were already glazed in
death, he tauntingly said that he would
send the article to bis wife, to show
w hero her husband had been shot ther
appearing a bole in the back part of the
blouse, the missile of death passing right
through. Captain Tillinjjhast was buried
under a cherry tree, and the dace marks
where lie the remains of a brave Sol
dier as ever drew sword.
These are the principal features which
have characterised tho captivity of Dr.
McGregor among the rebels, ills close
confinement has of courso kept from him
ny movement outside of the prison walls.
lie lelt Salisbury, N. 0., on th '-'Otli of
J tdy, and arrived hero by way of l'oi tress
Cieu. 1 til I la1 form of nee I'aper.
ll is aid that there am About five
thousand contraband Arkansas negroe
within the Federal lines. The following
is the form of free papers issued by Gen.
CVttTis to the confiscated negroes:
IlEAnyTjARTKits or THTJ SorTHWKT,r
IIflf.na, Akk , July 21, 18i!2. (
fy"4.t' CW,r A-. U7.
Jerry White, a colored msn, formerly
a slave, having by direction of his ow ner
lie en engaged in rebel service, is hereby
confiscated as being contraband of war,
aud not being needed in the public ser
vice, is pcimiiud to pass the pickets of
the command Northward, and is forever
emancipated from hi master, who per
mit led him to assist in attempts to break
up the Government and law of our coun
try. F.j command of .
Jkrkt W'niTi, (la red ink )
All the officers aud uuny of the pri
vates in Ot-n. Cirth's army are supplied
Rtt.ir.r port the Goi.p Ir-rLAiioS.
ThehiKh premium of gold in this city
has stimulated shipments of the preci
ous metal fioux Calilornia. The Aspiu
wall steamer that arrived jrbcerday
brought ?tt73,(KX), and by telegisph from
Han Francisco we learn that the steamer
which left that city on the Uth iusl. has
on board $J.'n,0l0, aud the aOkiutr of
the 21st has S 1,114,01)0 making a total
monthly khipuicut of nearly thre mil
lions of dollar consigned to this city.
The next month may be expected to pro
duce a still greatrr increase-; so Ibat the
precious metal will S'x.Q find its level,
th market U-ing glutted, and the supply
beio? in enow of the watita of exmm; rc.
.V- 1'- J'm.
Tin; xr.vr OIU.B4V1 rui.it
Ike Delia I'nder Ptie new tteglme.
j C rrrp.r d-no t ! Nt Vo k 1 imaa.
iXsw Orleans, Thrusday, July 24, 1SC2.
--The Delta is one Of the most original
of prese. In New York you would un
derstand it( in New Orleans it is on
SuigiiiA. It is so outspoken, so direct
and fearless in its Accusations. It habit
of "naming name its decorum toward
the worthy its violenc toward the
tuilty these chai-acteristies among a
people who have been accustomed to
whisper upon matter which. theVn
treats of in Cicerotiean tones, surprises.
Tb" rimyuiit has once or twice w ilted
under ii cora And its sharp hut ax m, .
The editor .of the I)eia are-Cap!. John"
Clark, formerly of the Boston Courier.
Col. E: M. Brown, formerly or the Wood
stock, Xll, Aj, and Major Joseph M.
Boll, the able Provost 'Judge. -Captain
Clark is thr? chief fnrt lighting elit'-T.
On tho night, before the Revival of the
Iklla under th.. new rtjim Capt Clark
found a burly man in the ofllce, reading
proofs. 11 inquired of th foreman, Mr.
Barnes, who " this petaon": was.. . Mr.
Barnes replied, This is Mr. Slith, late
foreman of the oil loo." Stitli was just
then reading an editorial of Clark's In
which he felioited th peftple of New
Orleans upon their Chang of ruler and
Ih expulsion of Wm. S. Munroe to Fort
Jackson. It was f rthor ststed that, for
ten year previous, there had not been an
honest man in the Mayer' chair. A
Stith was n Ex-Mayor of -Thug and
thieving memory, the editor did not in
terrupt his reading; but when be set
down the proof he requested Mr: Stith to
leave the olllce, and instructed the guard
not to permit him to inter the office
again. The next incident wa litis ;
Judge Walker, the ex-editor of the Delta,
desired that a rard bo published in tbe
paper announcing that he wa not respon
sible for the chsngud sentiment of the
journal. The new editor took the ground
that a traitor had no rights which a
Union soldier was bound to respect, and
therefore forbid the publication of the
card. This want on for threo day.! Fi
nally, Walker called at the editorial of
fice of th Delia, when, with haughty
tone, he demanded as a right to have his
repudiating card inserted. A keen collo
quy ensued, which Capt, Clark brought
to a close in tho following language:
"You presume on the forbearance of lie
Commanding General, who, though you
are a traitor, ba permitted you to go at
large. You also come in ltere and de
mand editorial oourteay. . You, Mir, who,
during the past eighteen mouth . bav
done little else than plot treason against
the State. I owe you no courtesy. There
is the door go out; and while I ocenpy
this chamber, nevor gin enter it" The
next incident was this : The Delta of
fice Li owntd by tha Bible Society. Ear
ly in ..June A sanctimonious appearing
Mjrsou presented himself. ' Can I," ho
inquired, "see . Capt, Clark?" "That is
my name," said the Editor. '1 repre
sent thu owners of this buildinir, and I
come to inquire about the payment of
the rent. Clark looked at the minister,
paused a moment aud observed, "In view,
bir, ol the uses whicu you bav permit
ted your building to . be devoted to du
ring tho past year uses so unworthy of
lJible publishers and pious people it is
due to frankness that I should tell you
that ao long as I occupy this building, so
long as there is a rebel in the Held, I
shall pay no rnt to your , Bible Society,
Now ij we understand taoh other?" "I
must own you are plain spoken," said
tho parson, "Very well," said the Cap
taio; "good morning," and he withdrew
these are but few or lb many inci
dent of Union-editorial life in .New
Orleans. The overtopping circulation of
tho Delta over tho other Journal is the
best proof I can give that the people like
tho plain talk and bold stand which the
revivified Delta has taken under Clark.
Brown A Bell. -
CoKVLRHOX IN THR ArtaUV-4'ol. J. S.
Wu.cox, of the 62(1 Illinois Volunteers,
who wa a oouaervaliva Democrat in civ
il liftv has written A letter defining tha
uiekkure neceksitry to be laken to crush
the, rebellion. Ho say: '
"Circnmstsnces constantly changing
the relative positions of men aud things,
frequently revqiro that the policy of men
and governmeuis should be correspoud
ingty changed; and I believe thn tint
has come bow,' (prrhapk it came long
ago,) when the policy of our government
toward thesti dauioable robels ahould lie
materially chained." He p-pudialra the
rone water and orJep No. 3 policy, and
now advocates sterner measures: he
wauls th slaves tu b employed; rebel
propnity to be confiscated ; the Aulditr
lo forsgs on the enemy, and to ronquv
the country as the army advances.
He makes one observation that must
attract attention. The President has
called fur L-ior troop ; the army can be
reinforced fifteen or twenty per cent, by
every simpU proreas. He states that
sixty to seventy of his regiment are de
tailed on jrxtre duty in driving teams,
loading and unloading wagons, cook log
and performing camp drudgery, which
negroes should be set to doing. By em
ploying blanks these seventy toldier
could resume their rnhs'utu, Bool take
thei- places in the ranks. Add to these,
nearly as many more who are guarding
rebel property ai d driving back lo their
rebel masters runaway loyal klavek, and
the tabling strength, of tb regimentk
would be increased fully ono-lourlh.
But ll ik necessary first to abrogate Or
der No. 3, and Set akido sentimental ten
derness for klkVeholding cut-throats.
Gkta-ikl Uiodman, the rebel command
er iu Arkansas, i too rulllkDly eveu for
the balfsavae ci mmnnity over which
ho presides. He was shot and severely
wounded not long einc by a Triau
RngT, who had wt jhed, until forbear-
n.b to.Jti be a viita, his brutal
.- The Errori of the VT$,r;
; In an aJmirabl rmmorr.ehtfr- speech ,:
in Cincinnati, a few all.ts ,), (ienersl
Lewis Wallace pointed out whst Iia con
sidered the leading mistake of.thawar.
He being an ablo mau and a brate, e.to
fessiul aud observant koldier, his opinion
is wovlliy i.f reprtiiiion.
! First, We should live"v!led out at
the beginning, . .MtOXH) turn instead of
ScfOtitV ftial Wt.' Couid'col.utiei' lh .
rebel by eoncllialion. , , ,;,
; Thir.f, That the negro was an l.:innt '.
of wciilvbes at tlie South, whereas he has '
rrovrd an element of siri,-it6!h, for vt
Bare been afraid to touch him, and ho has
taken cue of rebel families aud raised
product; while the white mtjn fought ia the
Army. . Said the General:
"lhere aro four ruillioimur tl.at Lln.l
of labor to take care of the families and
Industry of the rebels Ni'.w anr-nnun I
should goto JefT. Davis With A ptwpoBi
tioa that he should leave four miliums f :
the white laboring men of the North ttu- ,
disturbed, and provide for their families. ,
W ouhl he tin it V. No, he'd treat the pro- '
position with scorn. Yoti aro the men he
wnt to get t, Now, it he won't let
(our millions of your laboring: men ctav
At home to pursue your usual evocations .
Toy in wuu n name snonia we Allow h,a
four million to ft wen undisturbed." 'A
Another error Gen. Wall aca consider .
to be, the motto, lhat " trade follow the -
fag." We quote agaiu-:
If theso rebel don't know Low to iua
Bufacturo clothes, and boot and shoes, 1
nd other Article of necessity and com
fort, where do they get them y . A voh-e
from England No, sir; But from
England, but from Cincinnati and Hi. "
Louis, and from all other trading points '
along the frontier. After the recent naval
battle at - Memphis, nsy, bsfore it wa
ever, and before a oldier had lauded io
the city, trading men from Cincinnati
and tit. Louis were on the landing, and
off for the country to buy up cotton, The
lordly seeckh asked the trader how
they proposed to pay for it, aud they
hauled out their " green-back,': but se
cesh shook his head;1 "grecR-baek"
were not good enough for him ; (laugh- '
ter, he must have gold, and so the trad
ers paid hint gold fur hi cot ton, and
to-day there is more gold in the pockets
of Iho cotton-planters of Tennessee and
Northern Alabama than there is ia yours. 1
These trader u tton'i care a damn" for
the Government, so they make their won- .
cv. Who is down South, to buy their
clothing, their bool and hocs, their
substantial aud fancy articles T Not the '
soldiers, for they ara clothed by tho Oor
rrument are, in lact, th best clothed
and provided soldier lu the world. The ,
Beccsh ar there to. buy them, i They,
buy clothing, and boots and lime by th
car, load, not for tlieir families, but to
smuggle through the line, kud presently,,'
Ihe ragged and bare tooled butternut of
dier comes out in a bran aew stilt Now,
if the iteophj can B odor M and me, they
will bavo no trailing wjth. the. pej4e
till this war is over. If I were Cow- .
inander-in -Chief, I would atop (be trUr,
the iiiimieut ho olleied there, aud tf ha
didn't obey order, I'd hang him. (C'lu-cr,'!
and t rie pf "Good lor you." J
; A (ialUnl Iudlaulaai . ., ;
la l. c , Monro iLWia.wiH.dhj til tb rbi!,l.
.'.I .'. .AlalBnulrr.J ' : . u , . J . ,i
'While aili ng the wounded' 'on the'
State of Ulalne, yesterday, we stopped
by the ali'cteher'of A fine looking fellow,!
and inquired about Ms wounds. 'Shot
through the shoulder, sir, bone Lrtken,
but am petf ing along very well. D.j'
you think they will put me ashore here T"
1 replied lhat as his wound was so ie-"
vcre.l thought he would be nt North,
and probably he might be to disabled as
to require a discharge. "Oh! no sir! J
don't want discharge; 1 want lo go
back to my regiment as toon as I can ; I
want lo have another chance at the rob
els." "What regiment do you belong ti"'
"20th 'Indians," he replied, "but you
have not heard of us among so many
ether regiments; we were the only
'lloosier' regiment lu the week's battles
before Ulchinoud, but wdid ourwoikin
the rear guard, aud whipped th rebels
every time they attacked us." Said I,
"Your Stxte is raising eleven newregt
uicnls and six batteries more for the
war." "Isslief I knew ill Ikoewltl
God b!es tho lloosier State J" he exclaim
ed, while his eyes lighted up with fresh
blood quickened into scion. - 4T knew it
sir; there will never be ' ny netd of
diafttng In Indian. ' We weut into this
wa to save the Union, aud every Man lu
our Stato will Volunteer lo' uphold tha
old fliars and Mtnpe,, and tuh out this
Finding ' that La was becoming too
earnest for his welfare, and perceiving
that he was nearly exhausted by ex. ft,.-'
ment, I grasped his hand and bid him
good bye. lie was a true type af tu
noble men from th Bt. 11 is regiment
nnmoerea some 'J&O men when it left
Norfolk for th army of (he Potomac,
well drilled, healthy and hoarty. Thry
reached tha front two weeks bt-foro thu
terrible battles brginnlog with tb 2Sth
of June. Iu- Ibnr first ll.ht thy lost
Otis handled and Uuiiy-nyU jw cf und
wuhUtti in twenty miimiM time, yet uolu-.
ing has ever btreit said , of the valor of
this Ind.an regiment. After the sttvrn
day's bailies, lite regiment mulerd
b(XI men out of ilGO. At on tini they
checked 8 whole pibel brig tle, and, tuj-.
a.ai.ted, finally rharped Aud nuitad it
with the bayonet. They neaily fliil.lad
two entire legimeuta of lha sneiuy lie
longing to Geoigla and North Carolina
The Ni'Rsb op Thutom S. Ehooks.
An old colored woman, formerly a U,
isnow residing lu Rahway, New J.tkey.
hh was (he uurke of Pn aton H. Brook,
aud Us larg family of children, all ol
thtui slaves. "Maa Brooks ' alio de
scribe as bsd boy snd cruel nuo lo
bis people, whom h whipped terribly,
snl fed in a ndserabi tuanrrr, Hi
brutality in childhood wsk fairly u ut
to Uitf ferocity of his l-.anhood.