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ker was informed of the transaction, his superior detective force was put on the alert, but not in time to arrest the perpetrators of this illegitimate business. Winder and Wirz again. Captain Weest, United States Army, has been cashiered for that he did, at the Old Capitol prison, take from their rooms, in which they were severally confined, Richard Winder and Henry Wirz, prisoners of State, and did convey them, in violation of all rules of the said prison, to the room of Brigadier-General Briscoe, United States volunteers, also a prisoner confined in said prison, and did permit them to remain in said room from nine P. M. until four A. M., on October 13, 1865. Virginia Treasury Land warrants. Inquiries are frequently made in regard to what are known as Virginia Land Office Treasury Warrants. It is understood that warrants of that class can only be satisfied by location upon vacant unappropriated lands belonging to Virginia. The only class of Virginia warra