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The Daily Dispatch: June 11, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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The Prisons. --At the Libby prison yesterday 93 Yankees, captured at Jackson, Miss., on the 16th ult., and 20 more, captured last week at Berryville, Clarke county, Va., were received. Three very respectable looking men were committed to Castle Thunder yesterday, charged with being spies. Their names are John A. Hannah, Presley A. Howard, and L. Dudley Mason, and they hail from Mount Sterling, Ky., from which they claim to be exites, and bear passes from the Provost Marshal there sending them beyond the Federal lines. They had been stopping at the Spotswood Hotel, and visiting the Tredegar Iron Works, Navy-Yard, &c. List evening the prisoners captured--302 in number, arrived at the Libby Prison last night. There were eleven officers and two Surgeons among the number. Included in the officers were Lieut. Col. Wm. Irwin, 10th N. Y. cavalry; Maj. Robt. Morris, 6th Penn; Capts. E. A Fobes, D. Getman, 10th N. Y. cavalry; Lts. L. R. Coileday, T. Lonning, 6th Penn; John A