Added May, 2001

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Added May 22, 2001

Richmond Examiner 4/3/1863; list of alleged bread rioters that were arrested are are being examined by the Mayor today
Richmond Examiner 4/4/1863; captured United States flags are stored at Libby Prison
Richmond Examiner 4/4/1863; youthful rock battles are occurring daily on Gamble's Hill
Richmond Examiner 4/8/1863; prisoner at Castle Thunder was shot at and wounded after verbally abusing a guard
Richmond Examiner 4/9/1863; denial by Martha Goode that she is one of the bread rioters - claims someone is using her name
Richmond Examiner 4/9/1863; Castle Thunder items; notes that two members of the city battalion (the guards for the Richmond prisons) have been imprisoned for sleeping at their posts
Richmond Examiner 4/9/1863; denial of the rumor that the Spotswood Hotel is closing
Richmond Examiner 4/9/1863; a portion of the detective force stationed at Castle Thunder has been sent to work for the Provost Marshal
Richmond Dispatch 5/1/1863; former guard at Belle Isle has been arrested for forgery
Richmond Dispatch 5/1/1863; prison items; notes on Castle Thunder and Libby Prison recent arrivals
Richmond Dispatch 5/2/1863; more Yankee prisoners have arrived in Libby Prison, including a correspondent for the New York Herald (Vosburg)
Richmond Dispatch 5/2/1863; Mary Duke has been charged with being involved in the Bread Riot
Richmond Dispatch 5/4/1863; more Yankees arrive at Libby Prison; all officers and men will be exchanged tomorrow
Richmond Dispatch 5/4/1863; horse stolen from Camp Winder
Richmond Dispatch 5/4/1863; patient at Camp Winder enquires about a missing friend
Richmond Dispatch 5/5/1863; 550 Yankee prisoners (including 2 generals) will be exchanged today from Libby Prison
Richmond Dispatch 5/6/1863; more prisoners have arrived at Libby Prison; 219 officers and 303 men were exchanged yesterday
Richmond Enquirer 5/7/1863; 1,000+ wounded men brought to Richmond; the severely wounded are taken to General Hospital #1
Richmond Dispatch 5/8/1863; description of the imprisonment (in Libby Prison) and diplomatic flap surrounding Baron Rudolph Wardener, an Austrian citizen
Richmond Dispatch 5/8/1863; description of the trials of several bread rioters, including Thomas Palmer, surgeon at the Florida Hospital (GH#11)
Richmond Dispatch 5/8/1863; more prisoners arrive at Libby Prison, including BG Hayes and thousands more await transportation to Richmond
Richmond Dispatch 5/8/1863; servants and laundresses needed at General Hospital #12
Richmond Dispatch 5/8/1863; ten negro nurses are needed at General Hospital #20
Richmond Dispatch 5/8/1863; twenty mules needed at Tredegar Iron Works
Richmond Dispatch 5/8/1863; C. S. Naval Works, at the warehouse of Talbott & Brothers, needs old copper and zinc
Richmond Dispatch 5/13/1863; detailed description of the funeral procession of Gen. Stonewall Jackson
Richmond Dispatch 5/13/1863; editorial lamentation that Jackson's remains will not be buried in Hollywood Cemetery
Richmond Dispatch 5/13/1863; editorial description of opinion regarding Yankee prisoners (very negative)
Richmond Dispatch 5/14/1863; Stonewall Jackson's remains were taken from the Capitol to the Central RR depot
Richmond Dispatch 5/14/1863; over 7,000 prisoners from Libby Prison and Belle Isle have been exchanged
Richmond Enquirer 5/14/1863; description of the removal of Jackson's remains to the Central RR depot
Richmond Dispatch 5/16/1863; fire at Crenshaw Mills and Tredegar Iron Works
Richmond Sentinel 3/4/1864; 600 prisoners from Libby Prison have been shipped off to Americus, GA (Andersonville)
Richmond Sentinel 3/5/1864; 25 more of Dahlgren's raiders have been received at Libby Prison
Richmond Sentinel 3/5/1864; boarding house of John Moncure Daniel (editor of the Examiner) has been burglarized
Richmond Sentinel 3/8/1864; a number of Yankee prisoners have recently been exchanged

 

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