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The Daily Dispatch: June 24, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: March 15, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Arrivals at the Libby --We append a partial list of the Federal officers captured at Winchester, last week, who arrived at the "Libby" prison, in this city, yesterday. They represent ten different regiments; Col W G Ely. 18th Conn regiment; Col W F Wilson, 123d Ohio; Lieut-Col R S Northcott, 12th Va; Lieut Col H B Hunter, 123d Ohio; Lieut-Col M Nichol's 18th Conn. Major H White, 67th Penn. Captains — J F Randolph, 123d Ohio; J W Chamberlain, 123d Ohio; D S Caldwell, 123d Ohio; Alonzo Robbins, 123d Ohio; C H Riggs, 123d Ohio; O H Rosenbaum, 123d Ohio; W H Noel, 123d Ohio; E M Koch, 123d Ohio; W H Irving, 123d Ohio; Fred Mennert, 123d Ohio; J Carroll, 123d Ohio; H C Davis, 18th Conn; E J Mathewson, 18th Conn; G W Warner, 18th Conn; H C Youtz, 126th Ohio; W F Martins, 14th Mass artillery; C W White, 3d Va cavalry; F A Patterson, 3d Va cavalry; G C Urinler, 67th Pa; L T Borchew, 67th Pa; Peter Marsh, 67th Pa; Jno C Carpenter, 67th Pa; S C Arthurs, 67th Pa; E A Shepherd, 110th Ohio;
The Daily Dispatch: March 15, 1864., [Electronic resource], The Confederate Navy--Exploits of the Alabama. (search)
Sent North by flag of truce. --There were sent to City Point on the steamer Schultz yesterday morning four hundred and twenty privates, and forty officers, Yankee prisoners, as an offset for the Confederate prisoners who will arrive in Richmond this morning on parole till such time as an exchange can be effected. Among the officers are Gen. Neal Dow. Cols W. F Wilson, 123d Ohio, and — Fippen; Lieut-Cols R S Northcott, 12th Va, C H Morton, 84th Ill; M Nicholls, 18th Conn; Maj and Ass't Adj't Gen G W Russell, Jr; Majs C Farnsworth, 1st Conn cav. T B Rogers, 140th Pa; E M Polk, 8th N Y cav; A Macmahon, 21st Ohio.