From the Richmond Sentinel,
5/13/1863, p. 1, c. 7
has now the appearance of a military camp, a large number of the Yankee
prisoners being confined there. They are no doubt better satisfied than they
would be if placed in houses, as they have good tents, plenty of water, and a
large space to ramble about. There is a strong guard over them, to prevent their
escape, if they wished to do so.
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