From the Richmond Whig, 4/19/1865

PAROLED. - Capt. D. Callahan, late commandant of Castle Thunder, who came in and delivered himself up to the authorities, was not committed to the Libby, but released upon his parole of honor. Capt. Callahan desires us to correct an assertion which we made yesterday concerning him, that he, with others, “foot-sore, weary and dispirited,” &c. He admits that he was both foot-sore and weary, but not dispirited in the least; he had only done what his Commander-in-Chief had done - surrendered to an inevitable necessity.