Richmond Dispatch, 11/11/1862

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From the Richmond Dispatch, 11/11/1862, p. 1, c. 5

Prison Items. The following embrace the admiralty at Castle Thunder yesterday: E. H. Dunlop, Charles Smith, Peter Smith, A. A. Simpson, M. Swain, Charles Bogey, sent from Captain Booker for Court Martial; John Welsh, deserter from Rogers's cavalry; Andrew J. Tuck deserter from the 5th Virginia Charles Albright deserter from the Montgomery True Blues; T. Keith, deserter from the 1st Virginia battalion; Upshur D. Ferrell, for Court-Martial; Thomas Filbates, for traveling on another man's papers. There were a number discharged and returned to their respective regiments. At the Confederate States prison five Yankee prisoners of war were received also. Thirteen citizen prisoners, and two Yankee soldiers of the 2d Virginia cavalry, were received from Lynchburg They were captured in the Kanawha Valley the citizens on charges of disloyalty, &c.

 

 

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