From the Richmond Dispatch, 7/1/1862, p. 1, c. 2
ANOTHER BATCH OF YANKEES.
There arrived at the Confederate States
Military Prison on Sunday, June 29th, two hundred and seventy-one
Yankee prisoners of war, including the following officers, viz:
Major D. Davidson, 4th U. S. infantry.
James Markson, 2d Lieutenant company K, 73d New York.
Surgeon M. Grimes, (Major,) 2d N. York, Sickles's Excelsior Brigade.
1st Lieut. A. M. Judson, company E. 83d Penn'a.
2d Lieut. Geo. I. Brown, company B, 2d Maine.
John J. McGowan, Surgeon, (Major,) 2d N. York, Sickles's Excelsior
Capt. John M. Oakley, company A, 1st U. S. volunteers.
2d Lieut. J. A. Cozno, company F, 1st U. S. volunteers.
Major Wm. Birnen, 4th New Jersey regiment.
Some half dozen of the wounded prisoners died
on Sunday night, including Julius A. Smith, 2d Lieutenant 61st
Pennsylvania, and a number deceased yesterday. Up to Sunday night
about 2,100 Yankees had been received here, and lodged as
comfortably as circumstances would permit.
The following Yankee officers arrived
Second Lieut. G. Washburne, company C, 22d
First Lieut. James M. Welch, company K, 42d Pennsylvania.
Second Lieut. D. C. Dale, company K, 42d Pennsylvania.
First Lieut. S. H. Pillsbury, company B, 5th Maine.
Captain E. A. Irwin company K, 42d Pennsylvania.
Captain C. L. Conner, company D, 8th Pennsylvania.
Second Lieut, S. F. Hard, company E, 5th New Hampshire.
Second Lieut. L. J. Hume, company K, 19th Massachusetts.
Col. Wm. R. Brewster, 4th. Reg't Sickles's Excelsior Brigade.
J. B. O'Hagan, Chaplain, 4th Reg't Sickles's Excelsior Brigade.
Captain M. W. Burns, company A, 4th Regiment Sickles's Excelsior
Also, a lot of Yankee negroes and 600 white men
of the same sort.
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