d in Castle Godwin up to the 17th instant:
April 7.--Isaiah Respass, Washington, N. C., treason.
April 8.--John Close, suspicion of disloyalty.; S. S. Bangberger, do.
April 9.--Charlotte Gilman, Government witness.
April 10.--Wm. J. Lee, Richmond, suspicion of disloyalty; J. B. Kimes, Albemarle county, do; Sol Bell, Richmond, treason.
April 12--A. J. Sheppard, Jas. D. Keith, John W. Moore, Thos. A. Jones, Charlottesville, disloyalty; Florence Brumley, Richmond, selling liquor.
April 13.--G. S. Smith, spy.
April 14.--Edward Shipp, Ohio; Charles Genett, 1st Kentucky regiment, malicious conduct; P. B. Smith, disloyalty; John Booth, bogus pass.
April 15.--Andrew Murray, spy; Jas. Graham, deserter from Yankee army; Jas. Lynch, West Point; John A. Voger, Wise Legion, for braking out of jail at Orange C. H.
April 16.--Thomas Bradford, Richmond, [afterwards sent to camp as a militiaman.]
April 17.--James Gardner and Henry Smith, on suspicion.