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Memoranda on arrest of Clark Rodman in Virginia.

C[lark] Rodman.-Born in Rhode Island; came to Virginia in May last. His examination corresponds closely with a letter herewith enclosed.He refuses to take the oath of allegiance. I think this man liable to be held as a prisoner and I do not see how mercy can be extended to him. But in consideration of his good conduct I should be pleased to see him exchanged as soon as the enemy will exchange.

SOURCE: Official Records of the War of the Rebellion, Series 2, Volume 2, pg. 1465

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Statement from Clark Rutman, Wakefield, Rhode Island, about his arrest and death of his son. September 26, 1861.

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