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J. J. Yelland,
J. W. Packard,
Ira Sanford and wife,
J. L. Collier, wife, sister and 2 children,
E. J. Allen,
Wm. B. Robinson,
J. Allison Eyster,
David B. Turner,
Jno. Gaynor and wife.
Henry S. Kupp,
Miss F. A. Wright,
Miss E. Jameson,
Rev P. A. Johnson, wife and family,
F. Clark and family,
Silas Vanorden, yed the one which he had received, declared himself a New Yorker, and demanded passports for himself and family to go North.
John Gaynor is said to have exchanged signals with the enemy before landing at Old Point, thus showing that he was expected.
Passports have been issued to the following released prisoners, to go to their respective home: J. W. Odell, Anthony Rader, Thos. A. Ramsey, Alex. McClung, Nicholas co., Va.; M. A. McClung, Roane co., Va.; Thos. Haywood, Warwick co., Va.