Richmond Dispatch, 6/3/1862

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From the Richmond Dispatch, 6/3/1862, p. 2, c. 4

To be Removed. The Hessian prisoners now in confinement in Richmond will no doubt be removed at an early day to Salisbury, N. C., in order to make room for others who are expected here. Among the arrivals of the above class of gentry not heretofore noticed are Colonel A. T. Dodge, of the Eighty-seventh New York regiment, and W. R. Stockton, Chaplain of the Sixty-first Pennsylvania regiment. It is said that the reverend clergyman wants to go home already.

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