From the Richmond Examiner, 4/4/1863

TROPHIES FROM THE BATTLE-FIELDS. Commissioner Ould has presented, through the Adjutant-General, to the Confederate States prison a number of United States flags, taken at Murfreesboro and Vicksburg. One of the flags of elegant silk, is spattered with the blood of one of its Yankee defenders, and all of them are fine specimens of workmanship and skill. The flags have been hung up in the office of the commandant of the Libby prison, and will serve as an ever present reproach to the Abolitionist horde as they are received at the prison.

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