From the Richmond Examiner, Saturday, 7/5/1862, p. 2
CHANGED THEIR QUARTERS. - We are pleased to learn that
Major-General McCall, Brigadier-Generals Reynolds and Rankin, have left the
hospitable confines of the Spotswood House and take up more quiet and secluded
quarters in Bondís tobacco warehouse, on Eighteenth street, in apartments
provided for them by the Confederate Government. They can now congratulate
themselves that the attentions shown them in Richmond are at least equal, and of
the same character, as those show our generals in Forts Warren and Lafayette.