Richmond Whig, 4/27/1864

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From the Richmond Whig, 4/27/1864, p. 1, c. 3

THE PLYMOUTH PRISONERS. - The Yankee officers taken at the recent capture of Plymouth were brought to this city yesterday, and along with them two negroes in Yankee uniform. They were sent to the Libby. We give the names of the officers: Brig. Gen. H. W. Wessels; Capt. A. Stewart, AAG; D G Rash, A and I G; Lt. D. F. Bugle, ADC; L. M. G. Ford, ADC; Capt. Coats, A. and I. G.; Lt. Col. S. Moffet; Col. F. Beach, 16th Conn.; Lt. Col. S. H. Bunham, 16th Conn.; Maj. H. L. Rascoe, 16th Conn; Capt. J. D. Wheeler, 15th Conn; Lt. A. P. Day, 15th Conn; Lt. Gordon Robbins, 16th Conn, J. H. Rawlings, Chaplain, 103d Vermont; Lt. A. S. Bellysolly, 101st Pa.; Lt. O. McCall, 103d Pa; J. D. Lewis, Surgeon, 85th N. Y.; A. R. Frick, surgeon, 105th N. Y., and N. Mayer, 16th Conn.

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