From the Richmond Examiner, 5/11/1864

PRISONERS OF WAR. – One hundred and thirteen Yankee prisoners, captured at Fredericksburg and its vicinity, were received at the Libby yesterday. They represent about forty regiments, and were mostly stragglers. Yesterday afternoon six prisoners, three of them members of the First Michigan cavalry, and three of them members of the Sixth Pennsylvania reserves, were brought in. – They were captured at Beaver Dam, on the Central railroad, by the battalion of Maryland cavalry, who, when they left, were fighting them in front, and Fitzhugh Lee’s cavalry in the rear. The whole number of Yankee officers at the Libby yesterday was twenty nine. Sixteen of them are officers of negro regiments and raiders, and seven are held as hostages.

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