From the Richmond Dispatch, 5/6/1863

Yankee Prisoners. – A number of Abolitionists were brought to the Libby prison yesterday. Included in the number was 1st Lieut. G. A. Marsh, Co D, 12th Illinois, and 13 privates of the same regiment, part of the marauders who recently went on a raid around this city, who were captured at Tunstall’s Station, on the York River Railroad, Monday morning. Marsh and two of his men were wounded in the affray which resulted in their capture, and on their arrival here was sent to the hospital for medical treatment. Eight deserters from the Yankee army were also brought to the Libby prison yesterday. They had come into the lines of our army in various places, principally in North Carolina. The flag of truce carried off 553 prisoners yesterday, including 219 officers and 303 non commissioned officers and privates. Also J. H. Vosberg [Vosburg], a travelling correspondent of the New York Herald.

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