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The Daily Dispatch: September 18, 1862., [Electronic resource], The Confederate war steamer at
Flag of Truce. --Two hundred and fifty of the six hundred Yankee prisoners of war still remaining in Richmond will be dispatched home ward this morning at 10 o'clock, starting from the Libby prison and the hospital attached thereto. Probably two-thirds of the party will consist of disabled men, it being the design to send off all in the hospital willing to go. The following commissioned officers not included amongst those known as "Pope's," will also go down with the soldiers, viz: Second Lieuts. Albert Bonsall, D. Chase, M. Koenigsberg, Thos. Moseley, and Charles Zimmerman; and 1st Lieuts. Abraham Long, R. McAteer, Geo. Wehn, and Capt, David Schortz, all of the 12th Pa., also, 1st Lieut. W. H. Clark, and 2d Lieut. Geo. C. Parker, of the 21st Massachusetts regiment.