Richmond Dispatch, 8/15/1861

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From the Richmond Dispatch, 8/15/1861, p. 2

The Federal Prisoners. The following is a list of the Federal prisoners who arrived in Norfolk on Monday from Richmond:

Mrs. Curtis, of Rochester, N. Y.; (an advocate of Womanís rights,) unconditionally discharged; Nathan Allen, citizen; William H. Allen, surgeon; Foster Swift, surgeon; J. H. Stewart, surgeon; Chas. L. de Grow, assít surgeon; R. Penquet, surgeon; S. C. Hunkel, surgeon 4th Regít Maine, James Norval, surgeon 79th New York; James M. Lewis, surgeon 2d New York; G. S. Winston, assít surgeon 8th New York; B. T. Buxton, surgeon 5th Maine; Edward F. Taylor, surgeon 1st Regít New York.

Privates. - Jno. McCarty, Fred. Holmes, Chas. Greenwood, George Henckly, David Sprague, Joseph W. Richardson, J. R. Eldridge, Jas. Callinge, James Collins, W. A. Mallory.

Nathan Allen, and all the Surgeons and Assistant Surgeons are paroled, not to serve during the war, or until regularly exchanged.

John McCarty, Ned Holmes, Chas. Greenwood, Geo. Hinckly, Dewitt Sprague, James Collins, and Jos. W. Richardson are to be unconditionally discharged.

J. A. Eldridge and James Callinge are paroled not to serve unless discharged.

The prisoners carried away a large number of letters from prisoners here to friends at the North.

 

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