Richmond Dispatch, 8/25/1862

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From the Richmond Dispatch, 8/25/1862

Arrival of Another Instalment of Pope's Hessians. - The Central Railroad cars that arrived here yesterday morning, brought, among other passengers, two hundred and twelve men belonging to Pope's army, who were captured by the patriot forces in a skirmish near Culpeper Court-House on Friday last. - On their arrival they were lodged in the C. S. military prison, corner of 20th and Cary streets. Accompanying the above were four commissioned officers taken in the same skirmish, viz: W. W. Bush, Capt. co. B, 28th N. Y.; W. R. Robbins, 1st Lieut. co. G, 1st N. J.; A. Stewart, 2d Lieut, 1st N. Y., and E. K. Dean, Adjt. of the 2d Wisconsin. Under the terms of the President's proclamation the commissioned officers serving under Pope are not considered prisoners of war. Accordingly on the arrival of the above here they were put in seperate confinement.

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