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the Confederate Army now in possession of the Federal Army, the number to be arranged according to the rank of the respective prisoners.

Second. This stipulation shall be strictly confined to such of the wounded as shall recover and not to aplly to those who may die.

Third. Surgs. S. M. Lewis and W. M. Baird and four nurses, all of whom are to be returned to the lines of the Confederate Army when the necessity making this agreement shall cease.

Fourth. Surg. G. H. Rumbaugh and Rev. L. C. Pace also surgeon, shall be equally respected in this stipulation.

To all of which we pledge our words of honor to have carried out to the extent of our ability.

G. H. RUMBAUGH,

Surgeon, Twenty-fifth Regiment Missouri Vols., U. S. Army.

B. W. AVENT,

Medical Director Reserve Division, C. S. Army.

APRIL 10, 1862.

Approved:

JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE,

Brigadier-General Commanding Confederate Troops

WAR DEPARTMENT, Washington, April 14, 1862.

Dr. E. C. FRANKLIN, Medical Director, Mound City, Ill.:

Report immediately to this Department by telegraph; First. The names of the medical commissioners now or lately acting at Mound City and by whom they were appointed. Second. Whether any petitioners who have complained against the medical treatment there have been removed, their names and where they have been removed to. Third. For what cause Dr. Thomas F. Perley was sent in arrest to Chicago and by what authority. He has been ordered to be released from arrest and to return to duty.

EDWIN M. STANTON.

Secretary of War.

ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE.

Washington, April 14, 1862.

Colonel C. A. WAITE, U. S. Army, Plattsburg, N. Y.:

The Secretary of War directs you to proceed to Mackinac to arrange for the custody of state prisoners of war to be sent there from Tennessee. A company of volunteers goes there from Detroit.

L. THOMAS.

Adjutant-General.

ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE.

Washington, April 14, 1862.

Lieutenant Colonel J. R. SMITH, U. S. Army, Detroit:

Order the company of volunteers to Detroit to go up to Mackinac with the state prisoners of war when they arrive from Tennessee.

L. THOMAS.

Adjutant-General.